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Fairmount Flavors

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Fairmount Flavors serves desserts like water ice, ice cream cookie and waffle sandwiches, shakes, and even donuts. But it’s what you can do with your soft serve that really gets our attention. Outside of having flavors like Reese’s swirl, black raspberry, and maple walnut, you can pack all those options into chocolate cake, chocolate chip, and rainbow specialty cones. The soft serve is fat-free and the flavors constantly rotate, so if you see something you really like, just go for it. They also have toppings like fresh pineapple, whipped cream and cherry, and just about any type of candy.

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