Saturday, March 31, 2012

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Dublin Mudslide!

Finally a new flavor and review! It is Dublin Mudslide!

Ben and Jerry's Dublin Mudslide consists of Irish Cream Liqueur Ice Cream with Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies and a Coffee Fudge Swirl. There is a lot of stuff in this pint, along with a lot of different flavors.

I really taste the Coffee flavor the most in this pint. I think that flavor is more intense than the other flavors.  I have never tried Irish Cream Liqueur before so I don't know the taste of it very well (but after this flavor, I am going to have to buy some now). I do taste something that is not chocolate or coffee, and I believe it is the Irish Cream Liqueur. It goes well with the other flavors in the pint. I also really like the Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies. I can't really describe it but the cookies are not really in big chunks (see in the picture below). You can easily scrape the spoon in the pint and get a little bit of every flavor in one spoonful.

The next new flavor is Strawberry Shortcake Greek FroYo. I am hoping to have a review by the end of the week or early next week.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

I wish I had Dublin Mudslide right now...

It is St. Patrick's Day. I am spending today relaxing watching the Pittsburgh Penguins game and possibly having a beer later with my corned beef and cabbage (even though I am not Irish). The one thing that is missing is my pint of Ben and Jerry's Dublin Mudslide. Right now, it is sitting in my freezer at school in CT. And I am in NY. This is not cool at all. But, it will have to wait till tomorrow when I get back up to school. Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone! 
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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Raspberry Fudge Chunk Greek FroYo!

My second Ben and Jerry's Greek FroYo flavor is Raspberry Fudge Chunk.

Ben and Jerry's Raspberry Fudge Chunk consists of Raspberry Greek Frozen Yogurt with Fudge Chunks.

It seems that the Ben and Jerry's Greek yogurt flavors are not as crazy as the Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Ben and Jerry's Raspberry Fudge Chunk is very simple and the review for this flavor is short and sweet.

One thing I noticed right away was that the raspberry Greek yogurt wasn't as sour as the Ben and Jerry's blueberry Greek yogurt that I had last time (Blueberry Vanilla Graham). For some reason, the raspberry mellows out the sourness.

And the fudge chunks are HUGE! There are a lot of them in the pint. The chunks make the Greek FroYo more sweet which (I think) takes away the sour taste that the Greek yogurt naturally has.

The raspberry Greek yogurt and the fudge chunks together make a simple but very good FroYo flavor. Who doesn't love fudge and raspberries?!

I do not know what my next flavor is going to be. I am going home for spring break and I may or may not be able to get a new pint. If I get a new pint, I will have a review next week. If not, I will post a new review in about 2 weeks when I get back to school (which would be a review of Dublin Mudslide).

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Just a little thank you...

I just want to thank for putting my Rocky Road-ish Review in one of their posts (see my review along with other reviews here: They have an awesome web page that posts reviews of different foods. The link is above it you want to check it out.