When people in Cincinnati, OH, want to enjoy lively libations with their frozen desserts, they visit Buzzed Bull Creamery. The shop is known for its interesting assortment of non-alcoholic and alcoholic ice cream treats. As a fixture in the community, the staff has created a few menu items to kick off football season and celebrate the Cincinnati Bengals. Below is a closer look at how the alcoholic ice cream shop is honoring the home team.
3 Must-Try Buzzed Bull Creamery Treats Inspired by the Bengals
1. Tiger Stripes Ice Cream
To mimic the orange and black stripes on the Bengals’ jerseys, the alcoholic ice cream parlor is offering Tiger Stripes ice cream. Quarterback Andy Dalton recently stopped by the shop to try their Tiger Stripes goodies. The treat includes peanut butter chocolate-flavored ice cream, complete with Reese's cups mixed in and peanut butter sauce drizzled on top. If you choose to add spirits, spiced rum pairs nicely with the treat.
2. Tiger Stripes Nitro Milkshake
If you prefer a straw to a spoon, opt for the Tiger Stripes Nitro Milkshake. The frozen beverage includes a peanut butter chocolate-flavored nitro milkshake, topped with a heaping helping of whipped cream, Reese's cups, and peanut butter sauce. Spiced rum also complements the flavors of the shake.
3. Tiger Stripes Latte
Football fans looking for a caffeine boost should try this coffee drink. It combines rich espresso with a nitro milkshake. Peanut butter sauce and chocolate are infused into the steamed drink. Adding spiced rum to the beverage will keep you warm on cool autumn days.
If Buzzed Bull Creamery’s specialty items have you craving a frozen dessert, head to the shop today. Apart from the Bengals-themed offerings, the shop also boasts a packed menu of additional alcoholic ice cream, milkshake, and cafe beverage flavors. To inquire about the selection available at the Cincinnati ice cream shop, call (513) 381-2899. You can also visit them online to browse the array of alcoholic milkshakes, ice cream, and coffee drinks, and stay connected on Facebook to see photos of the treats.