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You Can Finally Get Black Ice Cream In Toronto But Only For A Limited Time

The city’s first adults-only ice cream truck.
You Can Finally Get Black Ice Cream In Toronto But Only For A Limited Time

As we all know, summer in Toronto is seriously fun. The days are hot; the patios are on fire; the music festivals are fleek; and the whole vibe is just super vibrant and fun.

But what if you're down for a different kind of fun? Something a little unexpected; a little less bright but a whole lot bolder?

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Well, that's where Kraken Black Spiced Rum's pitch black ice cream comes in, to paint your summer black in the best possible way.

This unexpectedly smooth, cool, and dark treat was a smash hit as it was served up at this year's Field Trip Festival and at surprise stops by the Black Summer Skream truck throughout the city. But don't worry too much if you missed out on the fun at this 19+ ice cream truck.

You can still get a firsthand taste of the darkness this summer at Death in Venice Gelato Co.

They'll be serving up the Kraken Black Spiced Rum ice cream all the way until the end of July. Meaning you've still got plenty of time to get your hands on the summer's darkest, most Instagrammable treat, and see exactly what unexpected tastes like. And you can always pick up a bottle of the dark and bold Kraken Black Spiced Rum at your local LCBO.

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For more information on Toronto's blackest treat, check out Kraken Black Spiced Rum on Instagram and FacebookTo keep up with where the 19+ Black Summer Skream ice cream truck will be showing up next, follow #KrakenBlackSummer.

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