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Hillary Clinton Is a Fan of Wine Ice Cream

Hillary Clinton Is a Fan of Wine Ice Cream


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The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate is so classy that she pairs wine with ice cream

Clinton has taught us that wine was meant to be paired with ice cream.

Hillary Clinton admitted on her 2016 presidential campaign trail that she really likes wine ice cream.

The Democratic presidential candidate was campaigning in San Antonio, Texas on October 15 and told a crowd of people about the boozy concoction while addressing the Trans-Pacific Partnership — the free trade agreement currently under negotiation in nine countries.

This is not the first time that Clinton shared her interest in wine ice cream. She expressed her support for wine ice cream at Mercer’s Dairy in Boonville, New York. She addressed this at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY in fall 2013.

“Some of our Farm Day guests started pouring their samples of New York wine into their cups of Mercer's ice cream and they loved it,” Clinton said, according to Syracuse.com. “And they kept trying new kinds of wine with different kinds of ice cream.”

Mercer’s Dairy owner Roxaina Hurlburt and her niece Ruth Mignerey created wine ice cream and dubbed Clinton as the godmother of wine ice cream.

The wine ice cream from Mercer’s Dairy is available online and can be shipped to the continental U.S. Ice cream shops such as Sedutto 78 in New York City also offers wine ice cream.


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


Ample Hills Debuts Presidential Ice Cream Flavors, Just in Time for Tonight&rsquos Debate

A scoop of spicy chocolate for Hillary Clinton, and a cup of orange-marshmallow for Donald Trump.

A predicted 100 million people will tune in tonight to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head during the first presidential debate of the season.

But the number of ice cream shops scooping candidate-inspired flavors for the occasion? Just one.

Today, New York City’s Ample Hills is releasing two new ice creams: Madam President, a chile-laced chocolate ice cream studded with Clinton’s own recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and Make America Orange Again, a creamy orange-marshmallow flavor intended to suggest Trump&aposs tan complexion.

“Whenever you can tell a story through ice cream, we’ll do it,” Jackie Cuscuna, Ample Hills’ co-owner says. “That’s why we came up with these presidential flavors.”

From now until Election Day, you can purchase by the scoop ($4 to $7) and pint ($9) at the New York outlets of Ample Hills, or buy a four-pack online ($40, plus shipping and handling). And a portion of the profits will go to Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn organization.

It’s not the first time Cuscuna and co-owner Brian Smith have mixed politics with dessert. (See: 4 More Years beer and honey ice cream for Obama and Rom Raisin for Mitt Romney back in 2012.)

The concept may be cheeky, but Ample Hills intends to send a message with these new flavors.“The differences between the two candidates in this election are even starker, and we wanted to highlight this contrast and the importance of voting in general with these two flavors,” Smith says. “Years from now we want people to say: The best thing about Trump’s candidacy was the Ample Hills ice cream flavor he inspired.”


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