Monday, March 9, 2015

Hudsonville Ice Cream Encourages Spring with its new Lake Superior Thaw — a Pure Michigan Flavor

It’s been a long, cold winter and to encourage the arrival of spring in the Great Lakes region, Hudsonville Ice Cream invites you to scoop up Lake Superior Thaw—a Pure Michigan flavor.

When will Lake Superior’s winter ice finally thaw? That’s anyone’s guess. What you can count on is the Big Lake will stay cold and refreshing throughout spring, just like this Limited Edition flavor. Thaw out a bit and enjoy this hot chocolate flavored ice cream, with its colorful cool mint chocolate swirl pieces.

The mint pieces were selected to be reminiscent of Michigan’s state gemstone—the chlorastrolite, or ‘greenstone.' Greenstones are found only along the shores of Lake Superior at Isle Royale National Park and on the Keweenaw Peninsula.

“We realize that winter in Michigan is just as special as every other season—but it’s time to start thinking about spring and warmer weather,” says Raymond Sierengowski of Hudsonville Ice Cream. “We believe Lake Superior Thaw is the perfect flavor to do just that. No matter how you scoop it, this is a ‘gem’ of an ice cream!”

In addition to this Pure Michigan flavor, fans of Hudsonville Ice Cream may also find Winter Campfire lingering around the freezer case. Together, these two flavors are sure to help the transition from one season to the next.

These, and countless other Hudsonville Ice Cream flavors can be found in grocery stores and ice cream parlors in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. In addition to its “All Season” flavors, which are available year round, several “Limited Edition Flavors” are offered on a limited basis throughout the year.

Started in 1895 as a farmers’ cooperative, the Holland-based Hudsonville Creamery & Ice Cream is the largest manufacturer of branded ice cream in Michigan. For more than 80 years, this Midwest company has been producing its creamy, delicious ice cream – using many of its original flavors, while at the same time creating refreshing new recipes inspired by the Great Lakes.

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