Baskin-Robbins Expands “Into the Sea” Theme With 2 New Flavours This August

Hidden Treasure features a rich, creamy, chocolate ice cream with a chocolate cookie ribbon and caramel-flavoured gold coins.

Diving deep into summer fun and adventure, Baskin-Robbins Canada has launched two new flavours this August, Hidden Treasure and Non-Dairy Salted Fudge Bar. Hidden Treasure is an expansion of the brand’s Creature Creations 2.0 “Into the Sea” lineup with its shark, dolphin and sea turtle creations. Non-Dairy Salted Fudge Bar is Baskin-Robbins Canada’s second plant-based frozen dessert option, made with oatmilk.

You really don’t have to scuba dive or swim to the ocean floor to find treasure,” says Natalie Joseph, spokesperson for Baskin-Robbins Canada. “These two new flavours are a priceless find for chocolate lovers and taste hunters. I can’t think of a better way to bring to life our beach theme and celebrate all that makes August a special month.”

Hidden Treasure features a rich, creamy, chocolate ice cream with a chocolate cookie ribbon – but the real gem is the caramel-flavoured gold coins that make this deep-sea treasure worth the hunt.

Baskin-Robbins’ second August innovation, Non-Dairy Salted Fudge Bar, features a dark salted chocolate base made from oatmilk, smooth fudge ribbon and chewy fudge pieces throughout.

Priced at $4.99 for a 4oz. scoop in a cup, the new flavours help customers move from the beach down into the depths of the ocean floor – where treasures await. 

Find out more at www.baskinrobbins.ca.

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