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Shamrock Shake’s Return: Review

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    February is now over and March is soon coming. This means that St. Patrick’s day is just around the corner. One of the most notable thing is the Shamrock Shake has made its way back. It was shipped out nearly a month ago on February 7th with its new partner, the Chocolate Shamrock Shake. The Chocolate Shamrock Shake made its way out for the first time this year to mixed reviews.
   The new Chocolate Shamrock shake mixes a layer of chocolate on the bottom and the normal mint syrup on the top. Many people like it due to its similarity to the thin mint girl scout cookie. The original is still widely more popular in terms of sales.
The original is a Mint Syrup and Vanilla shake. It is most known for its green look to it. The green look to it is not from the mint, but from green dye added after it is made. The first Shamrock Shake was made in the 1980s and has recently started to pick up in popularity.
I recently tried both of these shakes for the first time. It was a very good mix of Vanilla and Mint. The Mint is not too strong for my taste. The only problem I had with it was normal milkshakes are a bit thicker, but this was a bit light.
Overall, I would recommend it for anyone who wants a sweet drink, or is just too lazy to get a mint Girl Scout cookie. If you want it though, you will want to pick it up soon, because it will soon be gone for another year until next February.