Tuesday, October 5, 2010


Drumstick is the brand name for a variety of premade ice cream cones sold in the United States, Australia, Canada, and other countries across the world. The original product was invented by I.C. Parker of The Drumstick Company in 1928, with the company and brand later acquired by Nestlé in 1991.

A typical Drumstick-brand ice cream cone consists of a waffle cone filled with ice cream topped with a hardened chocolate shell and nuts, and much later, with a chocolate lined cone, a chunk of chocolate at the bottom of the cone. Drumsticks are available from a variety of supermarkets, as well as most convenience stores in countries where sold.

Other varieties of Drumstick include caramel and fudge-filled cones, Mint Chocolate Crunch, Cookies and Cream Crunch, and simply dipped. In Canada and Australia a variety is available which replaces the waffle cone with a solid chocolate cone.

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