Marilyn Monroe Flavor in Presidential Bombshell

A hyper creative ice cream maker L.A. Creamery has decided to bring sex symbol Marilyn Monroe’s favorite flavor in its new offer, Presidential Bombshell.

It says that on May 19, 1962, Marilyn Monroe made her last public appearance, singing “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” to President John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden.

Fifty years later, L.A. Creamery Artisan Ice Cream has created “Presidential Bombshell,” a limited edition flavor for the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s last public appearance, a night in which Hollywood and politics collided.

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“To mark a moment in history where celebrity culture and politics swirled together, creating one of the most memorable visual events of Marilyn Monroe’s public life, we at L.A. Creamery have created the ice cream flavor ‘Presidential Bombshell,’” said founder and chief creative officer Stephen Bikoff.

The flavor consists of Marilyn’s favorite flavor of ice cream; vanilla swirled with a chocolate fudge cake.

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Presidential Bombshell will be on sale by the pint starting May 14th at Farmshop in Brentwood, Vicente Foods in West LA, The Oaks Gourmet Market in Hollywood, Olive & Thyme Gourmet Café and Marketplace in Toluca Lake and Joan’s on Third in West Hollywood.

You can get a taste of ice cream as an art form at lacreamery.com. Pints will also be sold at www.lacreamery.com and available to be shipped anywhere in the U.S.

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