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Drumstick or Cornetto?
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was invented in Italy in 1959, by an ice cream lover named Spica. He decided to line his cone with chocolate so that it would not go soggy when frozen - so clever.
In 1963, the Drumstick came along and the two ice creams have been rivals ever since. So, which do you prefer? Do you have a favorite flavor or a special ice cream story to tell?
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Drumsticks. Emphatically drumsticks. Not actually sure why though...
No competition, Drumstick is the one! I know it technically came second but in my eyes and according to my taste buds it is definitely a first!
Drumstick for meeeee.
Pweeze :)...I remember all the buzz about them in 1963, and there was a lot!
We don't have Drumsticks in the UK, so it is definitely Cornetto for me. What is the difference between a Drumstick?
They are very similar, I think.
Same to me,but I refer to them both as Cornettos - so I guess that's the brand that is imprinted on my brain....
Lydia C. Lee
Isn't advertising an interesting thing?
I have no preference for either. If I am in the mood for an ice-cream cone, I wouldn't even bother to read whether it's a drumstick or a cornetto. I would just buy any one of these.
Drumsticks. Although Magnums might be better than them both!
Ha - good call, Matt.
I didn't realise there was a difference...
I want a drumstick right now love them
I am in no position to make a choice. I'll take them both.
Can't take to cornetto, never have, for some reason.
Just L U R VE Chocolate Drumstick. Buy packet of 4!
Have just recently decided to stop buying tubs of ice-cream, as it would sit in freezer, for months, untouched.
So now buy packets of drumsticks, & golden gay time both chocolate.
Now, & again, magnum & connoisseur, paddle pops, various flavours.
The one ice-cream I really miss is 'Triple Treat.......the marshmallow was the best part!
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