Tiger tail ice cream

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Tiger tail ice cream (also called tiger tiger, or simply tiger flavour) is a Canadian orange-flavoured ice cream with black licorice swirl. It is named for its resemblance to orange and black tiger stripes. Tiger tail is most popular in parts of Canada and not often found elsewhere. Created by Morgan Carr, [1] it is a distinctly flavoured ice cream. [2] Tiger tail is popular with children. [3] This flavour of ice cream is offered by such companies as Kawartha Dairy Company [4] and Baskin-Robbins. [1] Tiger tail is considered a retro ice cream flavour and it has seen a nostalgia-related resurgence in recent years. [5]

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  2. Julie Crawford (June 14, 2002). "Seeking Out Your Just Desserts". North Shore News. p. 8.
  3. Shelley Boettcher (June 13, 2010). "Scream for Ice Cream". Calgary Herald . p. D5.
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  5. Wency Leung (July 14, 2010). "Chill Out". The Globe and Mail . p. L1.