PITTSBURGH - April 08, 2014 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Bruster's Real Ice Cream, named one of America's 10 most popular restaurant chains in a nationwide consumer study, is giving its raving fans something to die for this month: new Death by Chocolate. Each shop's ice cream maker starts with fresh, chocolate ice cream then mixes in Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa, chocolate chunks and chocolate krispies, before stuffing in brownie bits.
At Bruster's Real Ice Cream, new flavors often are created by franchisees. Death by Chocolate originated in Gaithersburg, Md., when manager Bob Bryant started experimenting with anything and everything chocolate in his shop. The decadent creation is served in fresh, homemade waffle cones, sundaes, cups and shakes – but only for a limited time.
April also welcomes the return of Chocolate Raspberry Truffle ice cream to Bruster's rotating menu of at least 25 flavors made fresh daily on-site. Chocolate Raspberry Truffle starts with chocolate ice cream and combines generous amounts of raspberry crinkle and chocolate flakes.
Prices and availability may vary by location.
"Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders Today" serves as Bruster's foundation and business platform. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Bruster's features 150 flavors of handcrafted ice cream, yogurt, Italian ice and sorbet, with at least 25 made fresh in each shop each day. There are 200, independently owned locations in 18 states and the nation of Guyana. With an all-new, four-season's prototype and expanded menu featuring soft-serve yogurt and smoothies, Bruster's is expanding in selected areas of the U.S. It is based in suburban Pittsburgh, Pa. Click here for franchise information.
Photo available upon request.
Brad Ritter Communications, LLC