An ice-cream parlour is like a choose-your-own-adventure novel, only instead of the inevitable nuclear whitewater dinosaur catastrophe, you get delicious ice cream made according to your whims. Take a journey into the heart of flavour with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of custom-crafted, generously topped ice cream and more at Cold Stone Creamery inside Tim Hortons.
Cold Stone’s ice cream, made in-store daily, inhabits a quantum flux between soft-serve and traditional ice cream, with a rich, creamy texture that whispers tales of its super-premium quality as it glides over taste buds. Ice-cream voyeurs can create their own ice-creamplosion from old favourites or unheard of delights ($2.89–$4.59 with two mix-ins), eliciting taste tests of dozens of silky flavours such as cake batter, cotton candy, and piñata. Each ice-cream creation generously welcomes up to two of the shop's dozens of mix-ins as traditional as Oreo cookies and chopped nuts or as quirky as pie crust. Those willing to bequeath the invention of creamy concoctions to the professionals can try a Cold Stone Signature creation, such as the almond-studded and caramel-slathered Coffee Lovers Only or the Peanut Butter Cup Perfection with Reese's peanut-butter cups, fudge, and a side of endorphins ($3.99–$5.75). Once concoctions are chosen and perfected, they're scooped cold into freshly made waffle cones or bowls.
Cold Stone's crack cakesmiths also forge glacial delicacies in spectacular styles such as Strawberry Passion—whose immaculately formed graham-cracker crust and strawberry frosting formations conceal alternating strata of yellow cake and strawberry ice cream—and Cookie Dough Delirium, a madcap miracle wrapped in a straitjacket of sweet cream and yellow cake (6" round cake, $26.99). Ice-cream sandwiches (four-pack, $11.99), meanwhile, serve as ideal cold compresses for sprained tongues and weepy snowmen and are available in flavours including cake batter and cookie crumb.
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