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Baskin Robbins Is Finally Coming in Islamabad

The world-famous ice creams are coming to Islamabad.

World-famous ice cream chain Baskin Robbins is finally opening its doors for the people in the federal capital, Islamabad.

The globally recognized ice cream brand opened their first parlor in Lahore last year in October, and since then, they have opened several branches in Lahore and Karachi.

However, after more than six months, it has finally turned its sights to Islamabad, and we’re sure a lot of Islamabadians can’t wait to try it.

Opening This Weekend

However, the long wait for Islamabadians is now almost over as Baskin Robbins have announced that they are opening their store in Islamabad on the 19th of April in Giga Mall.

That’s not all!

The company is offering free ice cream to the first 100 customers for one whole month. Other customers will get a flat 31% off on ice cream products from the chain.

So mark your calendars – it’s Friday, 19th of April from 3:30 pm onwards!

What Baskin Robbins is Famous For?

Baskin Robbins’s history dates back to 1945 when two brothers-in-law, Burt Baskin, and Irv Robbins started an ice cream shop in Canton, Massachusetts. The company is now running 7,800 Baskin-Robbins outlets in around 50 countries across the world.

Since 1945, Baskin Robbins has created more than 1,300 unique and delicious ice cream flavors.

They are famous for their “31 flavors” idea. Why 31 flavors you may ask? That’s because Baskin Robbins offers a different ice cream flavor for every day of the month.

Their international branches usually create ice cream flavors tailored to the tastes of each country, such as Red Bean and Green Tea. And we can’t wait to see what they have in store for the inhabitants of Pakistan’s federal capital.

Written by Raza Rizvi


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