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OOB's limited edition artisanal White Christmas

OOB's limited edition artisanal White Christmas ice cream is a seasonal sensation.


I’m dreaming of OOB White Christmas
Organic Ice Cream, don’t you know
It’s limited edition
So you’d better listen
And buy some before they go!

I’m dreaming of OOB White Christmas
With each delicious spicy bite
May your days be merry
(with rum, raisins, hazelnuts, ginger and glacé cherries)
And may all your Christmases be white.

OOB’s limited edition artisanal White Christmas ice cream is a seasonal sensation. Packed with the flavours of a traditional Kiwi Christmas, it’s the perfect summer treat, unique gift, and ultimate December 25th dessert.
Available from mid November at specialty stores, only while stocks last. RRP $14.99
To find out more about OOB’s locally made organic ice cream range, visit oob.co.nz
ENDS


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