Which Discontinued Baskin-Robbins Flavor Are You?

Baskin-Robbins was founded in 1945 in Glendale, California. Its delicious frozen desserts have brought sweet joy to millions. Occasionally, though, their flavors simply don't stand the test of time.

Clay Russell
Created By Clay Russell
On Jan 15, 2015

How do you like to eat ice cream?

What is your favorite movie or TV scene featuring ice cream?

If you knew you were going to die tomorrow, in what state would you prefer to eat ice cream today?

French Vanilla!

French Vanilla!

The less said about this flavor, the better. For a brief period it served the needs of those among the middle classes who wished to appear sophisticated at backyard cookouts, but it actually reinforced petit bourgeois morés.

Mandarin Chocolate Sherbet!

Mandarin Chocolate Sherbet!

Mandarin chocolate sherbet represented the heights to which America could soar, culinarily, if it wanted to. It was a terrible mistake when Baskin-Robbins killed this flavor, and since you are this flavor you are not enjoying your time post-discontinuation at all.

Apple Pie a la Mode

Apple Pie a la Mode

You are approachable but mundane. People on their first dates with you probably call you the next day but they rarely call you after a second date.

Miami Ice

Miami Ice

As Miami Ice you are trendy, but your expiration date is imminent. Suck what you can from life before you melt a sad death.

Beatle Nut

Beatle Nut

A little behind the curve, don't you think? Ice cream from 1964? Sheesh.