Cold Stone Creamery Reveals Top 10 Most-Loved Flavors

Cake Batter Ice Cream Tops the List

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (StLouisRestaurantReview) Out of all the ice cream flavors Cold Stone Creamery® (www.ColdStoneCreamery.com) has to offer, have you ever wondered what is the most popular?  In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re revealing which ice cream flavors got the most love in 2020.

According to online ordering data, the top 10 ice cream flavors are:

  1. Cake Batter
  2. Chocolate
  3. French Vanilla
  4. Sweet Cream
  5. Cheesecake
  6. Coffee
  7. Strawberry
  8. Mint
  9. Classic Cookie Dough
  10. Cotton Candy*

Birthday Cake Remix tops the list of Cold Stone Creamery’s signature Creations, followed by Chocolate Devotion®, Peanut Butter Cup Perfection®, Founder’s Favorite® and Coffee Lovers Only®.  For Mix-Ins, brownies reigned supreme, followed closely by OREO® cookies, cookie dough, caramel, and fudge. Cookies & Creamery took the first spot for ice cream cakes with Tall, Dark & Delicious coming in second place.

“We know there are all kinds of love – familial, friendship, romantic, self-love… And to celebrate all that love, we’re sharing a list of most-loved ice cream flavors with our guests this Valentine’s Day,” said Sara Schmillen, vice president of marketing at Kahala Brands™, the parent company of Cold Stone Creamery.  “No matter what type of love you’re celebrating this Valentine’s Day, we hope to continue bringing people together over our sweet treats.”

Cold Stone Creamery wants to know what your favorite flavor is!  Head to www.Instagram.com/ColdStone and leave us a comment telling us your favorite flavor.

*Available at participating locations.

Participating location:

12418 Olive Blvd
Creve Coeur, Missouri 63141
Phone: +1 314-576-3945

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