Cornetto launches new unicorn-inspired ice cream cones – complete with cotton candy, strawberry sauce and crispy chocolate
- Cornetto has introduced a new range of unicorn-inspired ice cream cones
- Foodies can purchase items at gas stations and convenient stores throughout Australia
- The UniCornetto comes with sweet cotton candy and marshmallow flavors
Cornetto has jumped on the mythical food trend wagon by launching a new range of unicorn-inspired ice cream cones.
Everywhere they bring a touch of magic to sweet tooth, gourmets can get the pastel-colored desserts from the freezer courses throughout Australia.
The UniCornetto comes with sweet cotton candy and marshmallow flavors, with a surprising twist of strawberry sauce, a generous rosette with a unicorn crown, covered with multicolored crispy chocolate balls.
Cornetto has jumped on the mythical food trend by launching a new range of unicorn-inspired ice cream cones
The latest product is the most Instagramable member of the brand's range to date.
The pink, purple and blue Cornetto fulfills the wishes of Aussies tweens everywhere by giving it an absolutely capricious appearance.
& # 39; We are delighted to be able to give our customers a touch of magic with this exciting new member of the Cornetto family & # 39 ;, said Samantha Jarmul, brand manager at Streets.
& # 39; The UniCornetto was created to offer teenagers and families a unique dessert experience and is too majestic not to share with friends. & # 39;
The UniCornetto comes with sweet cotton candy and marshmallow flavors, with a surprising twist of strawberry sauce, garnished with multicolored crispy chocolate balls
With the release of the UniCornetto, dessert lovers throughout Australia can now release their inner Unicorn and add a little sparkle to their #treatyourself moments.
To celebrate the launch, Streets has also introduced a series of limited-edition stickers, so for all those social unicorns: go wild and share the love.
Because unicorns are cheeky and hide their magic, UniCornetto can only be seen in the freezer at gas stations and convenience stores for $ 4 each.
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