So Ben & Jerry’s has an actual Graveyard for their Discontinued Flavours

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7th Feb, 2013

I‘ve never been to Vermont, but if I go, I know exactly where I’m headed: The Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury. Why? To cross the Ben & Jerry’s Flavour Graveyard off my bucket list of course!

Tennessee Mud Ice Cream Headstone

Surrounded by a white picket fence on a grassy knoll, lie the headstones of especially beloved flavours or particularly despised flavours, some that were introduced as early as the late 1970s when the ice cream company was founded, but sadly met their untimely fate.

The folks at Ben & Jerry’s are pretty good at word play and each flavour has its own poetic epitaph. So let’s take a virtual tour of the graveyard, or should I say, Flaveyard?! (See what just happened there!)

Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard

via Jimmy Wayne

Flavor Graveyard

via JesApe

White Russian grave

via Rsetia67

Flavor Graveyard: Peanut Butter and Jelly

via Stepol

Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard

via Niosh

Ben and Jerry's flavor graveyard: whoopie pie?!?

via bendy Straw

Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard

via ZombieJellyfish

RIP Peanuts Popcorn

via BFS man

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via Paper.dress

Chocolate Comfort

via The Ang

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via OldSkulphoto

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via SusanMab

Wild Maine Blueberry

Holy Cannoli

via Brian MKA
 

Ben & Jerry’s has their own virtual version of the graveyard online here, or see more images on Flickr

via RedditTIL

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