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Where can I find Heavenly Hash ice cream

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LeeAnn Sep 28, 2004 06:17 PM

When I was a little girl there was a flavor called Heavenly Hash by a company named Sealtest(sp?)If anyone remembers and knows where I can get it ....PLEASE let me know. It was very similar to rocky road but with big chocolate chunks.

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    TE RE: LeeAnn Sep 28, 2004 06:49 PM

    Well. After a couple of web searches: If it still exists at all, Sealtest seems to be a regional brand, and this isn't the region. Breyer's evidently used to make a Heavenly Hash, but doesn't any more.

    If it makes you feel any better, I remember when peppermint stick and raspberry revel were standard flavors; you could find 'em all over the place, all year 'round. I have learned to live without them.*

    * I know McConnell's sells peppermint all year, and I occasionally buy it when it's on sale. Which is less and less frequently.

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      ciao ny RE: TE Sep 29, 2004 04:49 AM

      The counter kid at Bennetts (Farmers Mkt) said they'll probably start making peppermint stick again, around Thanksgiving. Can't wait.

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      marti RE: LeeAnn Sep 28, 2004 10:00 PM

      I have gotten Heavenly Hash at either Ralph's or Stater Bros in the Huntington Beach-Fountain Valley area sometime within the past few years. You might want to check with them.

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        marti RE: LeeAnn Sep 28, 2004 10:04 PM

        After I posted previous message, I read that you are from NYC. You might have better luck posting on New York board. My referals, in California ,won't do you much good.

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          melissa RE: LeeAnn Sep 29, 2004 02:46 AM

          I haven't seen heavenly hash in ages - the closest I find is rocky road. But even better than heavenly hash was Ben and Jerry's Dastardly Mash. I was totally addicted to that until they put the flavor in the graveyard.

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            noshie RE: Leslieconnorspa Oct 15, 2009 05:54 PM

            I think that Vons or Albertsons may have carried a Heavenly Hash, even a low fat one at one point. It was a yellow carton. Love that flavor, they have it in the South

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              mlgb RE: noshie Oct 15, 2009 07:50 PM

              JerseyMaid has a Heavenly Hash flavor that Vons/Safeway carries. Might try their online service if it isn't in your closest store.

              http://shop.safeway.com/superstore/

              search "heavenly hash" and you will see it.

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              Clyde RE: LeeAnn Oct 21, 2009 04:24 PM

              omgosh, this reminds me of my nana! she used to always have heavenly hash in her apt when i was growing up. i'd eat it whenever i'd visit. let me know if you find it! wow.

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                mlgb RE: Clyde Oct 21, 2009 04:27 PM

                JerseyMaid has a Heavenly Hash flavor that Vons/Safeway carries. Might try their online service if it isn't in your closest store.

                http://shop.safeway.com/superstore/

                search "heavenly hash" and you will see it.

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                  Mattapoisett in LA RE: mlgb Oct 21, 2009 07:22 PM

                  I saw it at Pavilions in Culver city. Since i was not willing to tackle the Half Gallon Size it came in, I will not vouch for how it tastes

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                mayjay RE: LeeAnn Oct 22, 2009 10:56 AM

                Well, they have it often at Handel's if you're willing to drive...

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                  jackattack RE: LeeAnn Oct 22, 2009 03:56 PM

                  Heavenly Hash is just another name for Rocky Road. You just need to search for a Rocky Road that has chocolate chunks....

                  1. SeeNoEvil RE: LeeAnn Mar 16, 2010 08:37 PM

                    I am a bit confused by the thread to the actual location you are searching for HH but on the east coast, try Wegman's (with 48 stores in NY). They make their own brand of it.
                    https://www.wegmans.com
                    (shopping> browse the store> frozen foods> ice cream/frozen yogurt
                    )It's a third of the way down.

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