The Ultimate Summer Collab: Rosé Cider Ice Cream Is Here

I’m screaming, you’re screaming, we’re all screaming.

By Becca Miller
July 10, 2018

Image: PR Newswire

From Taco Bell Frosé to Scratch N’ Sniff Bottles, rosé producers are always on the hunt for the next creative twist on everyone’s favorite summer beverage. And now, just in time for National Ice Cream Day on July 15th, Davey’s Ice Cream and Angry Orchard Cider have partnered to make a legendary treat.  

Just when you thought ice cream couldn’t get any better, Davey’s and Angry Orchard announced a collab to add rosé cider into the classic frozen dessert mix.

They will release two ice cream flavors for a limited time: a creamsicle-inspired frozen dessert that swirls Davey’s sweet cream base with a rosé cider sorbet and a tropical spin on sorbet made with pineapple juice and rosé cider as the base.

"For National Ice Cream Day, we wanted to see if we could deliver the essence of our Rosé cider in the form of a cool treat and found a great partner in Davey's, whose passion for innovative and unique ingredients resonates in each of the recipes we've crafted together," Head Cider Maker for Angry Orchard, Ryan Burk said about the partnership.

Fruity, rich and refreshing, the epic mashups will be available at three Davey’s Ice Cream storefronts in New York City from July 13th until July 15th and at the Angry Orchard in Walden, New York, on July 15th.

Rosé Cider Ice Cream may not be here for a long time, but it’s certainly here for a good time.

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About Becca Miller

Becca Miller is the Editorial Intern at Genius Kitchen. When she isn't writing or reading about food, she can be found practicing to perfect soft scrambled eggs, moist chocolate cake or anything fried.