Ice Cream Maker Debuts Trump and Clinton Flavors in a Head-to-Head Frozen Debate

Ample Hills Creamery kicked off the debate last night with the debut of two ice cream flavors: one for Trump and one for Clinton
Let them duke it out with spoons.

Ample Hills

Let them duke it out with spoons.

Ample Hills Creamery in Brooklyn celebrated the kickoff to election season with the debut of two new flavors inspired by our presidential candidates. If you didn’t get a chance to pick up some for the debate, here’s the cone lowdown: Madam President is a “chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies,” and Make America Orange Again is a “creamy orange-marshmallow flavor,” reminiscent of The Donald’s complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner told Food & Wine. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

You can purchase these limited-edition flavors in scoop (ranging from $4 to $7) or pint form ($9), or buy a four-pack online for $40.

A portion of the proceeds from both flavors will go toward First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn non-profit organization.

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“Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired,” co-owner Brian Smith told Food & Wine.