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The Milkman Creamery Near Toronto Has 14 Level Ice Cream Cones

You'll want to come hungry to this new ice cream spot near the city because you can get a massive cone that's bigger than your head.

The Milkman Creamery is officially opening in Unionville on July 30, and it has all sorts of unique treats including a footlong soft serve cone that's 14 levels high.

The flavours are made with 100% fruit puree and change every two weeks, and right now you can try this massive cone in raspberry for the first week and mango for the second week.

The venue even offers an Ice Cream Challenge where you can get the colossal treat for free if you finish it in under a minute - so far only two hungry customers have been victorious.

Other goodies include hand-crafted drinks, sundaes, and floats, and the ice cream is served with luxury chocolates imported from France or some extra sweetness.

The soft opening launched on July 21 and the grand opening is on Friday, so start working up an appetite.

The Milkman Creamery

Price: $10 for the footlong soft serve cone

Cuisine: Dessert

Address: 8339 Kennedy Rd., Unit 2157, Unionville, ON

Why You Need To Go: This 14-level ice cream cone is a sweet lover's dream come true, and you can get it for free if you finish it fast.


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