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Over-the-top vegan milkshake to take over NYC this weekend

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by CHLOE isn’t just taking over NYC with restaurants and bakeries, they’re collaborating with some famous instagrammers to bring an insane dessert to the city this weekend.

USA Today Reports that Chef Chloe Coscarelli will feature her treats in a not-so-hostile vegan takeover of the oh-so-shareable milkshakes of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer. The non-vegan hot spot is known for pairing with other notable restaurants, but will offer an entirely vegan milkshake for the first time September 23-25th.

The sky-high black, white and pink by CHLOE milkshake starts with a coconut ice cream base made from Chill by CHLOE ice cream that once was Alchemy Creamery. Then, a “Chlostess” cupcake, vegan whipped cream, and a pink whirly pop are stacked high on top, with a generous dusting of sprinkles. The concoction will run for $15 at all Black Tap locations, and has more calories than anyone cares to count.

“We recognize the need for more vegan options so we’re definitely looking to add some more vegetarian and vegan items to our menus,” Joe Isidori, chef and owner of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, told USA Today. So with any luck, milkshakes this beautiful will become a permanent fixture for vegans to gorge on.

President, co-founder, and creative director of the brand, Samantha Wasser says this milkshake is in line with the empires goals; “we simply want to show people that vegan is delicious,” she told USA Today. There’s no doubt this milkshake is going to show many people how sweet eating vegan can be.

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