Cheers to all of the milkshake lovers out there because this coming week
marks the celebration of National Chocolate Milkshake day on September
In 1885, this drink was known as an alcoholic drink which was commonly a
mixture of eggs, whiskey and other ingredients served at pharmacies.
Later on, milkshakes became known as “wholesome drinks made with
chocolate, vanilla and strawberry syrup,” as reported by the National
Day Calendar. In 1911, drink mixers began to be added to soda fountains
and in 1922 the electric blender was invented. With the advent of the
blender, the word, “Milkshake” was born. By the 1930’s the milkshake
became popular in shops all across the country.
As the 12th comes upon us next Thursday, remember to get your chocolate
milkshake at your favorite malt shop or dairy barn. You can also make a
chocolate milkshake at home instead. It’s easy. My family is always
looking for an excuse to enjoy the malted beverage and this week’s
holiday is the perfect day to do so.
You can also special order milk chocolate fudge from Phenomenal Fudge
too! Phenomenal Fudge’s milk chocolate fudge is made with real cream and
butter. While it’s not as chocolaty as our regular chocolate or dark
chocolate fudge it has a more sweet “milky” taste instead.
As a special offer for our blog readers Phenomenal Fudge will offer a
half-pound of milk chocolate fudge for half-price, $5. This flavor is
not on our web site so you will need to contact us by calling
802-897-7300 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now, Get shaking!