The Inside Scoop On Discontinued Creamery Flavors
The Berkey Creamery is a staple in the Penn State community. It boasts about 100 ice cream flavors, and Vanilla is the most popular of them all. While there are many well-known and beloved flavors, we set out to find what flavors didn’t have people screaming for ice cream.
- Almond Honey
- Carrot Cake (listed on the Berkery Creamery website as the least popular flavor)
- Cherries Jubilee
- Cherry Chip
- Cherry Vanilla
- Chips Ahoy
- Cotton Candy
- Crispy Crunch Bar
- Maple Nut
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Raspberry Truffle
- Sandusky Blitz (removed in 2011)
- Stuzipan (a chocolate version of butter pecan)
Other flavors, like Teaberry, are rarely made. However, they’re still listed on the website because the Creamery staff will get requests for them throughout the year and will make a few batches. Although Cherry Chip is on the above list of discontinued flavors, it’s still listed on the website because they’ll make the cherry flavor around February.
Some flavors are always featured at certain times throughout the year. For instance, Alumni Swirl is always made during Homecoming, as well as fall and spring graduation.
Seasonal flavors (like Peppermint Stick, Raspberry Parfait, Apple Cobbler Crunch, Rum Raisin, Egg Nog, and Pumpkin Pie) are only made in October or November.
Monster Mash is another popular seasonal flavor, and it will be available starting Oct. 5. It’s vanilla ice cream with Oreos and caramel and is always a hit, usually selling out within a few weeks.
While a handful of flavors have missed the mark, the folks over at the Creamery are always coming up with new concoctions. Check out our staff’s suggestions for new flavors.
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