Valentine's Day is upon us, and with it comes a range of romantic goodies - there are the Lush Valentine's Day bath bombs (which should not be used as sex toys, FYI), there are aphrodisiac crisps on the market thanks to Tyrells, and best of all we know exactly what we want now that the Motorola Razr is making a comeback.
However, if none of the above whets your appetite then listen to this: Ben & Jerry's are launching a Valentine's Day ice cream flavour, and it sounds incredible.
'Topped Love' will be hitting freezer shelves in time for the most romantic day of the year. It consists of brown sugar ice cream, pink salted caramel cups, cookie swirl, pink topping, and heart-shaped chunks. Dreamy.
It'll cost a little more than the traditional 500ml tubs, with a price tag of £5.49.
Rebecca Baron, Ben & Jerry’s social mission manager, said: 'At Ben & Jerry’s we’re all about sharing the love, whether that’s the love of ice cream or the love of one person for another.
'So we’ve unapologetically dreamed up a flavour straight from the heart to share a little love with our friends at Refugee Action for those who need it most.'
You'll find us on the sofa devouring a pot of Topped Love on 14th February.
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Jadie Troy-Pryde is News Editor, covering celebrity and entertainment, royal, lifestyle and viral news. Before joining the team in 2018 as the Lifestyle and Social Media Editor, she worked at a number of women’s fashion and lifestyle titles including Grazia, Women’s Health and Stylist, and now heads the Marie Claire UK news desk.
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