A Devon dairy has come up with a novel take on the current economic gloom. Langage Farm near Plymouth has created a new ice cream called Credit Crunch.
The new flavour, which is 20% cheaper than other Langage ice creams, was created at the farm’s site at Smithaleigh and consists of vanilla ice cream with praline almonds in a cherry sauce
“We haven’t stinted on quality, Credit Crunch is made from the finest milk from our Jersey and Guernsey cows but we did decide to drop the price as we all know every penny counts,” said Paul Winterton from the dairy.
He said the taste is based on a cherry bakewell tart: “Cherry to match the red faces of the economists and praline almonds, because we all think the situation is a little nuts.” Read more>