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Camouflage Ice Cream: You Can't See It, but It Tastes Good?

By    |   Wednesday, 05 Nov 2014 12:46 PM

Baskin-Robbin's "First Class Camouflage" ice cream in honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11 gives new meaning to the Cold War.

The ice cream is made of various colored ice creams combined to looked like a camouflage uniform. The military-themed treat in a cone is a nod to the U.S. military and a 10-cent donation for each scoop sold on Veterans Day will be made to the USO, Baskin-Robbins officials told the New York Daily News.

"First Class Camouflage celebrates our troops in a fun and unique way," Baskin-Robbins president Bill Mitchell told the newspaper.

People magazine's Morgan Gibson said the ice cream actually sounds pretty appetizing.

"Despite the color palate of Baskin-Robbins's new Veterans Day flavor, we have to admit that the camouflage-patterned treat sounds mighty tasty," Gibson wrote. "The military-themed ice cream, formally dubbed First Class Camouflage, is available throughout November and is a combination of three flavors: chocolate (brown), 'salty' caramel (tan) and vanilla cake (green)."

Baskin-Robbins posting of "First Class Camouflage" ice cream on its Facebook page was shared more than 1,600 times and liked more than 11,000 times.


 


The ice cream has been a hit on Twitter as well.


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