Some individuals jump at the chance to hang out in spooky memorial parks around Halloween, and we've discovered the spookiest one of them. Be that as it may, this isn't your run of the mill burial ground. No, this is a memorial park of frozen yogurt flavors. Signal the appalled gasps.
Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard, close to the organization's plant and home office in Waterbury, Vermont, is the place suspended flavors go for their last rest. It's likewise a perfect vacationer stop for frozen yogurt darlings the world over. There, you can recollect the kinds of days passed by like Wavy Gravy, Rainforest Crunch, Peanuts! Popcorn! or on the other hand Ethan Almond. (RIP)
At the occasion, the memorial park holds more than 40 ended flavors that were either removed the racks to spare space or were simply botches against dessert science. Did we really need popcorn enhanced frozen yogurt? Each flavor in this sweet burial ground even has their very own extraordinary memorial for grievers to regret over.
"Ben and Jerry's is known for silly, stout, out of control flavors," said Flavor Guru Eric Fredette in an organization public statement. "Be that as it may, experimentation accompanies chance, and not every person loves our edgier thoughts. Like everything else, frozen yogurt flavors have a start and an end."
This year, guests who take a Ben and Jerry's factory visit, alongside a visit to the Flavor Graveyard, between Oct. 29 and 31 will be blessed to receive an example of a restricted edition pumpkin pie frozen yogurt accessible just in Waterbury. Everything's better with frozen yogurt, all things considered, even a walk around a spooky "graveyard."
More data on the Flavor Graveyard and Halloween visit can be found on the Ben and Jerry's site. In the event that you can't make it to Vermont to offer your regard, a virtual tour is the following best thing.