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Question #91839 posted on 11/25/2018 10:30 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Recently there was an announcement surrounding a new flavor of BYU Creamery Milk. The Chocolate Mint Brownie milk was set to be released later this year. There was even an event where students were allowed to try out this new and mysterious flavor.

As time has passed, this flavor has not been mentioned again. Milktober has passed and the BYU store seems to have no mention of the elusive flavor.

Is there a cover up behind this milk scandal? Is this elusive flavor soon to become myth like unto the fifth flavor of icecream? Does the 100 Hour board still respond to questions?

-Framed

A:

Dear Picture,

Our sources have been silent on this matter. It would appear as though the cover up has gone very deep indeed...

Nonetheless I can inform you that BYU has, just once to my knowledge, created a new flavor of ice cream that I and my friends (the only ones to have partaken of it) named "Grasshopper Ice Cream". 'Twas a delicious combination of mint, chocolate cookies, and burnt almond fudge. I know not if this mysterious ice cream flavor, of which there was only 3 gallons ever made is related to the missing milk. But it is a sign of hope. New delicious flavors of milk and ice cream are out there. We just need to keep on looking.

~Anathema

A:

Dear Framed,

Everything I could find about chocolate mint brownie milk comes from September, so my hunch is they discontinued it because all their focus groups (rightfully) told them that it sounds weird and gross.

-Alta

posted on 11/26/2018 9:20 p.m.
It's coming

the problem was with getting a large amount of an ingredient. it was back ordered.