You Won't Believe These Ben & Jerry's Flavors Ever Actually Existed

Some flavors just weren't meant to last

Yes, the Flavor Graveyard is real, and you can visit it. 

High on a hilltop overlooking the Ben & Jerry’s plant in Waterbury, Vt., is a small plot of land surrounded by a picket fence. Inside, tree limbs cast ominous shadows over a collection of nearly 30 gravestones, each bearing a solemn epitaph. This admittedly spooky place is none other than the Flavor Graveyard, the final resting place for notable flavors that have been cast aside. Here are some Ben & Jerry’s flavors we bet you won’t believe ever actually existed.

Festivus (Limited Batch, Holiday Seasons 2000 & 2001)
Brown sugar cinnamon ice cream with gingerbread cookies and a ginger-caramel swirl

Vermonty Python (2006-2008)
Coffee liqueur ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumb swirl and fudge cows

Dave Matthews Band Magic Brownies (2007-2011)
Black raspberry ice cream swirled with sweet cream ice cream and fudgy brownies

Peanut Butter and Jelly (1989-1990)
Peanut butter ice cream with peanut butter bits and strawberry jelly swirl

Schweddy Balls (2011)
Vanilla ice cream with a hint of rum and loaded with fudge-covered rum and malt balls

Turtle Soup (2006-2010)
Vanilla ice cream with fudge-covered caramel cashews and a caramel swirl

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Oh, Pear (1997)
Fresh pear ice cream with a hint of almond and a light fudge swirl