The latest limited-edition dessert sandwich from the two local brands makes the perfect summer treat!
HONOLULU, June 25, 2020 – Hawaiian Host® and Uncle’s Ice Cream have teamed up once again to launch another frozen delight. Their first ice cream sandwich collaboration was a huge success and it featured Hawaiian Host Dark Chocolate Alohamacs® and Uncle’s big island honey ice cream.
The sequel is just as delicious. Imagine: Hawaiian Host mac nut morsels covered in milk-chocolate and toasted coconut — one of the brand new flavors from their recently launched pancoated line of chocolate- covered macadamias — paired with Uncle’s creamy caramel ice cream. The indulgent combination is then sandwiched between two house-made oatmeal cookies.
“We’re delighted to be creating a new flavor sensation with Hawaiian Host’s candies. We love the new pancoated collection and enjoyed coming up with a perfect pairing. Combining classic flavors of Hawai‘i — coconut and macadamia nut — with our house-made creamy caramel ice cream makes a remarkable treat. I can’t wait to see the smiles on our customers faces.” says Uncle Paul Logan, co-founder of Uncle’s Ice Cream.
“We’re thrilled that our first joint flavor venture was so well-received when it debuted back in December,” says Ed Schultz, President and CEO of Hawaiian Host Group. “Since we started with one of our classic flavors (Dark Chocolate Alohamacs®), we wanted to experiment with one of our newest products this time around. We are so excited to see this new flavor hit the market.”
You can find the limited-edition Uncle’s/Hawaiian Host® Ice Cream Sandwiches at the following retailers: Lawson Station outlets, and Barefoot Beach Café in Waikiki; Cooke Street Market and the Hawaiian Chip Company in Honolulu; Kalapawai Market in Kailua; Waimea Valley Cafés, Waialua Fresh and Island X on the North Shore, and most military commissaries and exchanges. Kama‘aina will also be happy to learn that the ice cream sandwiches are now also available at Foodland in Mililani, Pearl City, Pupukea, and Ala Moana Center.