Special Ice Cream Dish Coming to Halton
Good news, ice cream lovers.
There’s a special frozen dish - and candy grams - on tap from one of your childhood favourites.
Baskin-Robbins Canada is serving up the love this month in more ways than one.
A special twist is being added to Valentine’s Day festivities.
The ice cream spot is introducing three limited-edition card packs, exclusive to its Club 31 members.
This interactive online experience allows Canadians to print out or email Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, and Singles Awareness Day cards, each one offering a special gift to guests and their loved ones.
“We wanted to create something that can appeal to everyone,” said Baskin-Robbins Canada spokeswoman Natalie Joseph.
“Instead of conforming to the regular Valentine’s Day rules targeted solely to couples, these cards bring a fun and interactive twist to telling your lover, sister, brother or best-friend, ‘I love you’. These uniquely designed cards also include personalized coupons for recipients to use at participating Baskin-Robbins locations.”
There’s a lineup of limited edition frozen treats being offered all month to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, and Single’s Awareness Day, including its February flavour of the month, Love Potion #31.
Made up of a combination of white chocolate and raspberry flavoured ice cream, a raspberry ribbon, raspberry-filled hearts and chocolate chunks, this flavour can be enjoyed in a freshly made waffle cone.
For a limited time only, the flavour of the month will also be the hero of Baskin-Robbins’ new Heart Shaped Polar Pizza Ice Cream Treat, which includes a double fudge brownie Polar Pizza crust, topped with Love Potion #31 ice cream, cookies and cream pieces, marshmallow topping and fudge, sprinkled with heart sequins.
If that isn’t love, we aren’t sure what is.
Image courtesy of Baskin-Robbins Canada
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