Ben & Jerry’s is known for great ice cream and the Smoky Mountains are known for fun. So you put the two together and you have great ice cream fun in the Smoky Mountain cities of Gatlinburg and Sevierville. So you don’t have to go far to find Cherry Garcia or any one of you favorite flavors chock full of chunks and swirls.
Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop is currently serving 28 different flavors of ice cream including new flavors called Bourbon Brown Butter, Totally Baked, Empower Mint and Tubby Hubby, which is peanut butter ice cream with swirls of salty pretzel and fudge. They also scoop-up 4 flavors of core and cookie core ice cream, a non-dairy frozen dessert, 3 flavors of Greek Frozen Yogurt and 3 flavors of Sorbet. And you can enjoy your ice cream in a sugar or waffle cone or in a cup.
Your other delightful options include Sundae favorites like Hot Fudge, Brownie Special, Cookie Cookie and a Banana Split, or you can create your own personal frozen treat nirvana from any of the flavors and toppings that are available. And what do Life’s a Beach and Razzo Mango have in common? They are 2 of the 10 different types of smoothies offered up to help you chill!
Shake things up and create your own frozen drink masterpiece, or choose one of 8 shake offerings like Addicted To Chocolate or Berry Vanilla. And if none of this takes the cake, then you can order and take home an ice cream cake. It’s easy to do: Step 1, call the Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop near you; Step 2, decide if you want to design your own or choose from one of their designs; Step 3, select your flavors and toppings; and Step 4, pick up your order and enjoy some delicious, fresh-scooped frozen treats while you are there.
If you needed a reason to come to the Smokies, Ben & Jerry’s offers over 50, scrumptious reasons to visit. To help plan your trip use the information and coupons on the Best Read Guide website to get lodging, restaurant, attraction, theater, shopping and outdoor attraction information. Click on the following link – https://www.bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/.
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