Ben and Jerry's Has 3 New, Core Flavors — This Is Not a Drill

Seriously, stop what you're doing. Ice cream giant Ben and Jerry's has announced three new core flavors via Snapchat including Coconuts for Caramel, Brownie Batter and Cookies & Cream Cheesecake. 

Yes, the gooey centers of these new Ben and Jerry's flavors are 100% coconut-infused caramel, brownie batter and cheesecake filling, respectively. Yes, it could all be yours. Soon. The pints (which sell for about $5 each but so beyond worth it) will start to pop up on shelves over the next few weeks.

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If you aren't drooling all over yet, here's the Vermont ice cream brand's description of each flavor:

Coconuts for Caramel: "How do you spoon your way to euphoria? Do you start with a cool cruise through fudge-kissed coconutty ocean, a quick dip in the caramel sea, or a thrill-dive deep in the well of thick, gooey caramel? Well?"

Source: Ben & Jerry's

Brownie Batter: "Spooning your way to brownie nirvana? Smack dab in the middle of this brownie-chunk-filled ice cream there's a core of unbaked brownie batter calling your name. No, really. We heard it."

Source: Ben & Jerry's

Cookies & Cream Cheesecake: "What's it called when you find yourself spoon-deep in a rich center of cheesecake in the middle of a cool ice cream universe of chocolate, cheesecake & cookies? A Core encounter of the Ben & Jerriest kind."

Source: Ben & Jerry's

On announcing the news on Snapchat, the company's senior global marketing manager Jay Curley told Mashable, "We know enough of our fans are spending time there and the platform is developed enough where we have a good understanding of how best to tell our story and have some fun with our fans." Regardless of where or how Ben and Jerry's chooses to announce news about its ice cream, there's nothing more fun than gorging yourself in an entire pint...or three. 

This is even better than Ben & Jerry's recently-announced non-dairy flavors

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Jessica is a staff writer at Mic, covering breaking news. She is based in New York and can be reached at jessica@mic.com.

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