All photos in this post are courtesy of Haagen-Dazs
We talked about it on the Nosh Show and I was very curious how Trio was going to work. H-D was nice enough to tweet back and verify this is how it will look. I've looked at this picture several times and it still blows my mind (I do love an epic crunch factor). I wish I could convince H-D to give me a tour of the machine that packs these containers!
triple chocolate is layers crispy chocolate and white & milk chocolate ice creams - reviewed here
vanilla blackberry chocolate is layers crispy chocolate and vanilla & blackberry ice creams - reviewed here
Salted Caramel Chocolate is layers crispy chocolate and salted caramel & chocolate ice creams - reviewed here
Those are the four Trio flavors coming out this year. We actually scoured a couple of Providence grocery stores this morning to make sure that they hadn't gotten it before my area did. Are you as excited for these as I am?
White Chocolate Raspberry ice cream bar is "white chocolate ice cream with swirls of tart raspberry is dipped in milk chocolate and then sprinkled with dark chocolate" -- (I've sampled this and it reminds me a bit of a raspberry danish)
Vanilla Dark Chocolate Cookie ice cream bar is "vanilla ice cream bar infused with a cookie crunch then immersed in dark chocolate and garnished with waffle cookie pieces" -- (In the freezer)
Coconut Dark Chocolate Caramel ice cream bar is "coconut ice cream and ribbons of rich caramel draped in dark chocolate and finished with flakes of toasted coconut"
espresso chocolate cookie crumble is coffee ice cream swirled with cookie crumbles and sprinkled with chocolate espresso flakes -- Nick will review soon
toasted coconut caramel is swirls of dulce de leche caramel and toasted coconut flakes in coconut ice cream.
bourbon praline pecan is bourbon ice cream infused with brown sugar bourbon swirls and the praline pecans.
Apparently none of these flavors is meant for me to try. Question: how do you feel about the new pint design? When you put them side by side, it's easier to notice that the backgrounds are not identical. And more importantly, which one will you grab first?
reviewed it here and it's excellent, big fan of this one.