It’s difficult to believe that ice-cream flavors also die. They even have their cemetery. It’s located in Vermont, New England.
Here there is a well-known Waterbury factory that produces Ben&Jerry’s ice cream. As the new flavors emerge every year, the old and unpopular ones have to die. Their memory is honored on the Flavor Cemetery built especially for these needs. So far there are 2 hundreds of tombstones featuring different wacky flavors and an artist-written epitaph to each taste.
The most unusual thing that you can do is to bring “deceased” ice-cream flavors back to the world of living by asking for them on the company’s official site.