Coolhaus Scoops Up Shopkins Flavor

NORTH AMERICA–Moose Toys and Coolhaus have teamed up to create a new ice cream flavor celebrating the launch of the San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Shoppie doll, Bubble Gum Pop Bubbleisha.

April 6, 2018

Coolhaus Scoops Up Shopkins Flavor

Bubbbleisha’s Poplicious Party will be available during San Diego Comic-Con as well as at the Coolhaus location in Culver City, Calif.

NORTH AMERICA–Moose Toys and Coolhaus have teamed up to create a new ice cream flavor celebrating the launch of the San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Shoppie doll, Bubble Gum Pop Bubbleisha.

The new one-off flavor, called Bubbleisha’s Poplicious Party, is a strawberry fun-fetti ice cream with rainbow sprinkles and yellow cake pieces, which is sandwiched between two confetti whoopie pie cookies and coated with edible glitter.

Furthermore, the new Bubble Gum Pop Bubbleisha doll is a follow-up to the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con debut of the Golden Cupcake Jessicake doll. The limited edition doll will also include two exclusive Shopkins and an exclusive retro cassette-tape VIP card.

“Shoppies are now one of the world’s most popular dolls and we are so excited to bring another exclusive Shoppie to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con,” says Paul Solomon, co-chief executive officer, Moose Toys. “Working with Coolhaus, another brand known for their commitment to quality and innovation, is the perfect way to

really take our presence at this year’s event to the next level. We know our fans are going to love it.”

The new Shopkins-inspired ice cream flavor will be available during San Diego Comic-Con, July 20-23, as well as at the Coolhaus Culver City, Calif., store for a limited time. Additionally, everything 100th customer will receive a Bubbleisha doll.

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