The Ice Cream Farm is launching its spring/summer menu with a range of new flavours, as well as the return of some old favourites and you can get 10% off for a limited time!
With over 50 flavours of ice cream, no flavour is off limits at The World's Largest Ice Cream Parlour. On March 21st, The Ice Cream Farm is launching its new menu and bringing back popular flavours, including; Pistachio, Coconut, Banana, and Mango & Passionfruit. Creme Egg flavour will also be making a much anticipated return, just in time for Easter.
There will also be lots of brand-new additions, such as; Rhubarb Cheesecake, Key Lime Pie, Mrs Darlington's Lemon Curd, Millionaires Shortbread and even 'Unicorn flavour', which is a jelly bean flavour ice cream with a bubblegum ripple and unicorn sugar pieces.
There's also a range of non dairy options available in vanilla, chocolate, bubblegum and raspberry flavour, as well as a range of lemon, green apple, blackurrant and mojito flavour sorbets.
Vistors can make the most of the new flavours with 10% between Thursday 21st. to Friday 29th March.
General Manager, Katie Lewis, comments: "With the clocks going forward later this month, what better time to launch our new menu – hopefully it brings some sunshine with it too! Due to popular demand, we have even introduced some old favourites. We really pride ourselves on offering a huge range of delicious flavours and there truly is something for everyone. Plus, there's no better excuse to taste some new flavours than with 10% off!".
When the kids have polished off their ice cream, there are lots of all weather friendly activities to keep the whole family entertained all spring. The Ice Cream Farm is home to Europe's largest indoor sand and water play, which is now heated to keep little ones warm whilst they get messy and splash around.
Plus, there's Crazy Daisy's Fun Factory, an ice cream themed, indoor soft play barn, offering a selection of activities including everything from a melting ice cream slide, 'cow shed' and ball pit.
For information on The Ice Cream Farm please CLICK HERE to visit their website.