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Ben And Jerry’s Has A Graveyard For Their Discontinued Ice Cream Flavors

DECEMBER 2, 2014

An ice cream graveyard? How deliciously grim. Just as ice cream lovers cannot live forever, neither can the flavors they love. For the flavors that weren't loved enough, there's the Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard in Waterbury, Vermont.

Outside the Ben and Jerry's factory is a patch of grass dedicated to the memories of the flavors that never quite caught on. Despite the financial failure of the flavors, the people who put their heart and soul into making them still feel that they deserve to be honored...and boy, do they honor them.

The Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard in Waterbury, Vermont

Aloha Macadamia

Oh Pear

Coffee, Coffee, BuzzBuzzBuzz!

Tennessee Mud

Rainforest Crunch

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Urban Jumble

Dastardly Mash

Bovinity Divinity

Ethan Almond

Miz Jelena's Sweet Potato Pie

Economic Crunch

Wild Maine Blueberry

White Russian

Tuskeegee Chunk

Cool Britannia

Holy Cannoli

Sugar Plum

Makin' Whoopie Pie

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

Peanuts! Popcorn!

Purple Passion Fruit

This is Nuts

It truly is!

(via serious eats, Daily Mail)

If you don't think this is the most delicious graveyard in the world, you're probably some sort of ice cream hater...or maybe just lactose intolerant. The Ben and Jerry's factory is open for tours on a daily basis, so if you want to see how the ice cream is made or pay your respects to fallen flavors, check out their website for tour details.