Ben & Jerry's Dairy Ice Cream, Chocolate Fudge Brownie

Community images

Ben & Jerry's Dairy Ice Cream, Chocolate Fudge Brownie

Chocolate ice cream laden with chocolate brownie pieces.

> Show product information

92% positive

21 reviews from the community

Review of "Ben & Jerry's Dairy Ice Cream, Chocolate Fudge Brownie"

published 12/09/2002 | boyo222
Member since : 28/06/2002
Reviews : 9
Members who trust : 8
About me :
Pro Chocolate Heaven
Cons Fat girlfriend from hell
very helpful
Product Quality

"Oral pleasure with a winning BJ"

It all happened one lazy autumn Sunday evening, the agenda was set, lounging around in our student squalor, with the comedy genius that is Eddy Izzard to keep us entertained on the VCR. As I ventured out our kitchen on the prowl for some sweet matter to occupy my taste buds for the duration, the signs weren’t good, a jam sandwich was the best offering I could muster, but it would have to suffice. As I completed the sarny and slapped the top layer of the bread on, I noticed a delicate garnish of mould dotted artistically across the surface. Even my student hygiene carefree instinct could not overcome this fungal obstacle, so I decided to bight the bullet and trek the whole 20 meter walk to the chocolate playground that is Ali’s newsagents.

On entering I was greeted by the difficult decision of which one of these colourful hopefuls I should take home for a sticky night of pleasure. While debating this matter, a mysterious magnetic pull had gripped my head and was slowly turning it until it pointed it in the direction of this brightly coloured, intriguing looking display unit. My feet had involuntary begun to march me over for an encounter with this hypnotic structure. On closer inspection this was in fact a freezer, a blue and green colour scheme, emblazoned with pictures of Friesian cows. This customised creation housed row upon row of ‘Ben and Jerry’s’ ice cream.

The decision had been made for me, I had to embrace this new world to see if it could cast a ray of sunshine into my life. Each of the wide selection of flavours were imaginatively titled with names such as ‘Phish food’, ‘Cherry Garcia’, ‘from Russia with Buzz’, etc. but the candidate which won my £3.95 was the ‘chocolate fudge brownie’ The deal was done and as I scampered excitedly back to my lair, the frozen exterior of the tub enticed me by delivering an aching sensation to my finger-tips.

I cleared a spaced amongst the mountain of dirty dishes, pizza boxes and food scraps to set the tub on the work surface in order search for a clean spoon. As I lifted my head a snap-shot vision of the old limp jam sandwich next to this new enigma greeted me, a spiritual experience like ‘ying and yang’ ‘light and dark’ ‘pleasure and pain’ ‘good and evil’ get the picture?

The unpretentious charm of this old-school cardboard container commands a culinary respect, coupled with the distinctive but classical cartoon theme, it really does appeal to the eyes and hopefully the mouth.

After washing up a spoon, I strode like a young warrior embarking on his first battle into the lounge, the video had already started and there were a host of inquisitive looks as I removed the lid to reveal a steaming sight of solid blended shades of brown. Without hesitation I plunged the spoon into its hart and scooped out its soul, as I slipped the spoon into my mouth and sucked the first scoop, a chocolate orgy started engaging with my tongue, lambasting my taste-buds. The chocolate flavour was so intense yet masterfully managing not to cross the border of being sickly. The real genius of this concoction is the inclusion of the chunky pieces of brownie, adding a delightful texture which elevate it to another, this is truly a new benchmark in the ice cream world.

Before I knew it the journey had ended and I was pitifully pressing my face against the rim of the tub trying to hyperextend my tongue to lap up the remains. A thoroughly enjoyable experience. I will not bore or frighten you with the details of the ingredients, but if you are a chocophilic, trust me and give this a try! It is a tad pricey for a poor student, but that’s what the loan is for!

Since then I have experimented with the various flavours and only one has disappointed, so pot pickers here’s a run down of ‘what’s hot’ and ‘what’s not’ in the B and J chart!

1. Chocolate fudge brownie
2. From Russia with Buzz
3. Carimel Chew Chew
4. Cherry Garcia
5. One sweet Whirled
6. Phish Food
7. Hi honey I’m home
8. Cookie dough
9. Half baked
10. Berry Nice

Rearing its ugly head like a Jehovah’s witness at your front door, is the ‘full Vermonty

Hope you have an enjoyable licking!

Community evaluation

This review was read 1117 times and was rated at
100% :
> How to understand evaluation of this review
very helpful

Comments on this review

  • Will88 published 05/03/2006
    That sure was a fantastic review. B&J is great stuff!!! mmmmm chocolate. Any chocoholics out there may also want to, if you can be bothered, pop down to Tesco's, look for a make your own kind of Jane Asher triple chocolate fudge cake. If you make it right, you'll explode with the joy and pleasure of the cake. God dam it is a good cake.
  • Buenosdias published 09/02/2004
    (((laughs))) Good op ;-)
  • emerald11 published 03/05/2003
    Highly humourous review...I'm glad to see others love Ben & Jerrys like I do.
  • Did you find this review interesting? Do you have any questions? Sign into your Ciao account to leave the author a comment. Log in

Most popular similar products

Product Information : Ben & Jerry's Dairy Ice Cream, Chocolate Fudge Brownie

Manufacturer's product description

Chocolate ice cream laden with chocolate brownie pieces.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Ben & Jerry's


Listed on Ciao since: 27/10/2001