Around the World in 9 Frozen Yogurt Flavors (Slideshow)

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Maple is Canada’s liquid gold and this flavor blends real Canadian maple and real cookies for a sweet treat that is perfect for any time of day.

Maple Cookie Frozen Yogurt — Canada

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Maple is Canada’s liquid gold and this flavor blends real Canadian maple and real cookies for a sweet treat that is perfect for any time of day.

Passion Fruit Sorbet — Peru

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Travel through Peru and you’ll be inundated with passion fruit (available in various incarnations) from stalls, vendors and restaurants across the country. Inspired by this local treasure, this flavor brings you a real taste of Peru.

Coconut Mango Tart Frozen Yogurt — Thailand

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Coconut and mango are incredibly popular flavors in Thailand and feature in many desserts and refreshing summer drinks. This frozen yogurt option pairs the flavor of Southeast Asian mango with coconut water and it's all pureed together to create a lighter, tart flavor. 

Macadamia Nut Toffee — Australia

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Macadamia nuts are indigenous to Australia and the country is crazy about adding them to many dishes and desserts, including their ice creams and frozen yogurts. The best way to use macadamia nuts in froyo is (arguably) is to have them roasted for a deeper, richer flavor then blended in with a hint of caramel and salt. 

Geneva Chocolate — Switzerland

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Inspired by the master chocolatiers of Switzerland, this flavor combines real cocoa and a hint of vanilla for a delicate, light milk chocolate flavor worthy of its renowned namesake.

Vanilla Date Shake — Dubai

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Using the best dates in the world, the Medjool, this flavor blends dates with real Madagascar bourbon vanilla and a bit of molasses for a new take on this classic.

Guava Sorbet — Puerto Rico

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This flavor uses a classic Puerto Rican favorite, fresh guava and turns it into a refreshing sorbet.

Black Currant Berry Tart — France

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Black currants are a popular flavor with French desserts and many patisseries throughout France feature these berries in their creations. Known for its antioxidants, real black currants are combined with blackberries and raspberries for a sophisticated French berry taste.