Chunks, Swirls and lots of charm! Thankfully Ben & Jerry have always had all three in abundance, and as a result of their charm we’ve been able to team up with some pretty fun people over the years. Here are our 10 favourite flavours inspired by pop culture icons:
Imagine World Peace (2008)
In 2008 we released another musical flavour to celebrate the life & activism of John Lennon. The songs “Imagine” & “Give Peace a Chance” inspired this blend of caramel & sweet cream ice creams mixed with toffee cookie pieces and fudge peace signs.
Scotchy Scotch Scotch (2013)
60% of the time, it tasted delicious every time. This limited batch flavour celebrated everything from yogging to jazz flutes to newborn baby pandas
Musical memories of 2006. This delicious flavour-tribute graced freezers across the UK. What’s more, proceeds from every tub sold went to the charity www.wateraid.org
Bohemian Raspberry (2007)
Remember this little musical number from 2007 with fudge brownies & raspberry swirls? Proceeds from this flavour went to the Mercury Phoenix Trust www.mercuryphoenixtrust.com founded in memory of Freddie Mercury - music to your ears & taste buds!
Cherry Garcia (1987)
We created Cherry Garcia after a fan suggested we name a flavour after Jerry. Now, more than 20 years later, this iconic blend of cherry and chocolate still dominates the grocer’s freezer. What a long, strange trip it’s been!
Phish Food (1996)
We’re from Vermont! The band Phish is from Vermont! We make ice cream! The guys who make up Phish like to eat ice cream! For these reasons and a thousand more, we were proud to honour our favourite foursome with their very own flavour.
Bonaroo Buzz (2010)
We’d partnered with individual musicians, so linking up with a festival on our home soil in the U.S. seemed like the next logical step. We searched high and low for the right one, and we landed on Bonnaroo. 60,000+ festival goers can’t be wrong.
Schweddy Balls (2011)
Saturday Night Live character Pete Schweddy made some delicious holiday balls. We got one taste and knew his Schweddy family recipe belonged in its own limited edition holiday flavour. People loved our Schweddy Balls.
Wavy Gravy (1993)
Wavy Gravy was a peace activist clown who famously emceed the 1969 Woodstock Music and Arts Festival. We loved his ideals, and he loved the hazelnut swirl in his flavour!