Pumpkin Pie, Cinnamon and Peppermint Stick back in coolers for a limited time
Velvet Ice Cream, a fourth-generation ice cream maker in Utica, Ohio, and Midwest distributor of premium craft ice cream and novelties has restocked the shelves at grocery and convenience stores with their Seasonal Favorites. Pure Cinnamon and Pumpkin Pie are now back in freezers at grocery and convenient stores. Peppermint Stick will be loaded later this fall. In addition to the Seasonal Favorites, Velvet is featuring Peppermint Stick Ice Cream Sandwiches in retail locations and Apple Pie Cobbler at dipping parlors across their footprint, including at Velvet’s Ye Olde Mill in Utica which is open until October 31st.
Unique and traditional ice cream recipes for family gatherings and holiday parties can be found at VelvetIceCream.com. Customers are encouraged to take photos of their creations or include their own recipes including Velvet Ice Cream and share on social media with the hashtag #VelvetIceCream and Velvet may share on its social accounts and feature on their website.
In addition to the Seasonal Favorites fall flavors, Velvet premium flavors Kentucky Praline Pecan, Carmel Pecan and Vanilla are huge favorites this time of year – adding something special to seasonal desserts. The
Founded in 1914 by Joseph Dager, Velvet Ice Cream is a fourth-generation family ice cream maker based in Utica, Ohio. The company’s premium craft ice cream, known for its signature velvety texture, is sold throughout central Ohio and across the region (OH, KY, WV, MI, IN). Velvet produces more than 5 million gallons of ice cream every year from its headquarters on the grounds of Ye Olde Mill. The 25-acre property houses an ice cream museum, restaurant, playground, picnic area and catch-and-release fishing pond. It welcomes 150,000 visitors per year and was named by Frommer’s as one of America’s 10 Best Ice Cream Factory Tours. Velvet maintains a long tradition of supporting local communities and organizations including Hope Hollow, Pelotonia, the Utica Sertoma, Adopt-A-Highway and the Licking County Humane Society.