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September Milkshake Madness

September Milkshake Madness

Molly Smith   |   09/1/2020

The heated battle between our Clue themed milkshakes made August whiz by and before we knew it, the mystery had been solved. The winner was…raspberry… with white chocolate… in The Malted Meeple… why, it was none other than our Professor Plum shake! As winner of August’s Milkshake Madness this flavor will remain available to order for the entirety of September.

As we welcome in September, we want to introduce you to our three new competing shake flavors – all inspired by Greek Mythology and some of the most popular Gods and Goddesses.

First in the lineup is Nyx (Dark Chocolate, Oreo, Coffee) and not only is she is the goddess of the night, but she is the primordial god who emerged at creation – feared even by Zeus, King of Gods. This delicious mixture is a blend of some of our most popular shake choices, but will it be enough to defeat our Hades (Pomegranate, Honey) flavor? This shake is inspired by Hades tricking Persephone into eating pomegranate seeds in the Underworld so she would be doomed to spend all eternity there. But don’t worry, we’ll let you leave the Meeple when you’re done. Last, but certainly not least, we have our Apollo (Butterscotch, White Chocolate, Wafer) shake. As the god of the sun, we were drawn to this ice cream cone-esque flavor because of the golden sugar wafer flecks found throughout.

And never fear, we didn’t forget about our adult beverage drinkers. Dionysus himself, even as the god of wine, is putting his glass aside and exchanging it for our monthly cocktail called, you guessed it, Dionysus. This black raspberry, lemonade, vodka mixture is sure to wet your whistle and have you feeling like a deity yourself.

Which flavor will steal your heart? Stop in any time this month to try one of the flavors or all three in one of our specialty milkshake flights!

Molly Smith

Molly Smith is a wanderer of the Wasteland, a lover of all that is hoppy, and only burns grilled cheese half the time. She spent her college days trekking around Franklin Hall at Kent State University where she pursued her degree in marketing and advertising. Her passion for guest satisfaction and love for event planning led her to the Malted Meeple and Ravenwood Castle.