Saturday, May 7, 2011


Photography: K&S Media

Apple Fritter is now available a la mode!

Ok, so we're not in the height of a heat wave (it's chilly today!), but we tried the new Apple Fritter flavour at Cold Stone Creamery at Tim Hortons in the South. Apparently, this was one of Hortons "founding donuts", thus blossomed the idea to incorporate the flavour into an ice cream.

The Apple Fritter flavour reminds us of a cinnamon roll, with cinnamon running throughout. Though the texture is not as strong as some of the others (ie. we also tried the coffee flavour which was very nice), we spiked the ice cream with some Bourbon (Buffalo Trace), which took bourbon milkshake to a whole new level. This really balanced the sweetness of the ice cream. Who knew?

“We’re bringing together two things we know Canadians love: ice cream and Apple Fritters,” said Andrea Hughes, Cold Stone Creamery Canada’s resident ice-cream expert. “Many of our guests choose Apple Fritter donuts and have them mixed into the ice cream when building their own custom Cold Stone Creamery creations. Introducing an all-new ice cream flavour dedicated to the beloved treat was a delicious and natural fit.”

DID YOU KNOW? Since the first Tim Hortons opened its doors back in 1964, Apple Fritters have been a Canadian coffee-time staple. Our nation loves apple fritters. In fact, of the dozens of different donuts available at Tim Hortons over the past 47 years, Apple Fritters have consistently ranked as the most popular year after year.

The new flavour is available at more than 100 Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada, where Cold Stone Creamery’s ultimate ice cream is sold. (For the nearest location, go to:


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