Guess What’s In Ben & Jerry’s New NYC Flavor?

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Cheesecake. Pizza. Clam Chowder. New York has inspired plenty of iconic edibles — and now, there might be another one to add to the roster: ice cream. On Friday, Ben & Jerry's presented the New York Borough Brew flavor at a one-time-only tasting event on Pier 57. As part of the brand's "City Churned" campaign, Ben & Jerry's allowed New Yorkers to vote on their favorite ingredients to create the flavor.
The result? Fairtrade vanilla ice cream infused with Sixpoint Brewery 3Beans beer (concocted from Mast Brothers' chocolate), Spoonable Caramels' butterscotch swirl, Greyston Bakery brownies, and Liddabit Sweets. If these locally made ingredients don't represent New York and all its yummy goodness, we're not quite sure what does. You may have missed the one-time-only tasting, but there may be plans to make more of the flavor in the future. Of course, we'll take any of those NY-inspired ingredients on their own any day. (Daily Meal)

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