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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Try Wondermade's new ice cream flavors for the first time this weekend

Posted By on Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 6:18 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO COURTESY OF WONDERMADE VIA FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy of Wondermade via Facebook
The only thing better than artisan marshmallows is artisan ice cream based on those marshmallows. Wondermade, the handcrafted-marshmallow makers who have garnered national recognition with flavors like Guinness and Violet, are now rolling out pints of ice cream at their store on East First Street in Sanford. 

Between July 29 and 31 (that's this weekend), you can celebrate the end of National Ice Cream Month with all six of the flavors from Wondermade's new ice cream line, including Salted Caramel, Green Tea, Triple Chocolate, Cookies and Cream, Blueberry Cobbler (shown, above), S'mores and Cornbread.



If you contributed to the brand's Kickstarter, come by the store any time during the weekend for special rewards. Or just grab a pint (limited supply) and two spoons and be 100 percent ready for your next Netflix and chill.

Wondermade
214 E. First St., Sanford
407-205-9569
wondermade.com

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