Attention! NYC’s Serendipity 3 will now sell their most famous dessert, Frozen Hot Chocolate, in ice cream form! Do these store renditions ever taste the same?
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Ser·en·dip·i·ty (n) – the art of making happy discoveries, or finding the unexpectedly pleasant by chance, as defined by the legendary New York City restaurant.
According to Delish, Serendipity 3 will make their Frozen Hot Chocolate accessible to all customers outside of the Big Apple.
Imagine a blend of 14 different cocoas topped with whipped cream and shaved chocolate – and did we mention that it’s frozen? Frozen Hot Chocolate is definitely a twist on your favorite holiday dessert drink.
The dessert drink isn’t just incredibly delicious, according to Delish, it has a history too. Believe it or not, Serendipity 3 has been in business for 64 years. During that time, celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Grace Kelly, Cary Grant, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have all sipped on this frozen chocolatey treat, according to Forbes.
From the retro-chic café to your very own fridge, Serendipity 3’s signature dessert will soon be available beginning January 2019 at 7-Elevens nationwide, according to Delish. New Yorkers, however, will have access as early as next week!
There will be other fun flavors as well, such as Strawberry Fields Sundae, Forbidden Broadway Sundae, Outrageous Banana Split, Cafe Espresso Chip and Birthday Cake, according to the NYDN.
The pints of Serendipity 3’s Frozen Hot Chocolate will sell for $6.99, while the in-restaurant signature dessert goes for $12.95.
Serendipity 3’s Frozen Hot Chocolate will be coming to 7-Elevens in ice cream form soon. Do these store versions ever give the original treat justice? Read more about this story on Delish here.
Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!
Attention! NYC’s Serendipity 3 will now sell their most famous dessert, Frozen Hot Chocolate, in ice cream from! Do these store renditions ever taste the same?
Prob pretty close
No, never, stop