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‘DEW’-LICIOUS: Local eatery’s unique soft-serve flavor creating a buzz

 ‘DEW’-LICIOUS: Local eatery’s unique soft-serve flavor creating a buzz

Cody Hutchison, co-owner with husband Josh of Dairy Whip, holds a Mountain Moo cone.

Are you a lover of Mountain Dew and soft-serve ice cream, too?

If so, you can kill two cravings with one cone at Redford Township’s Dairy Whip, which offers the world’s only Mountain Moo — a combination of Mountain Dew and non-dairy soft serve.

“My husband Josh and I were talking one day and he said, ‘Let’s come up with a Mountain Dew ice cream’, and he did it,” said Cody Hutchison, who has owned Dairy Whip with her husband since 2019.

“It took a while to come up with the perfect recipe; it took quite a few tries, but people love it.”

Secret recipe

Like Colonel Sanders’ famous chicken recipe, the Mountain Moo recipe is a family secret, Hutchison revealed.

“I don’t even know it,” she said, smiling. “It’s in my husband’s head.”

Dairy Whip offers a vegan superman-flavored cone.
Dairy Whip offers a vegan superman flavored cone

The Hutchisons’ wildly-popular flavor is made with real Mountain Dew, so you could conceivably get brain freeze and a caffeine buzz all in one cone.

“There’s probably a little less than the amount of caffeine you’d get in a serving of Mountain Dew,” Hutchison said. “We started selling it in 2020 and it’s become a summer tradition.

“We usually only offer it one or two weeks a year.”

Additional innovative flavors

Although Mountain Moo will only be available this summer until Sunday, June 11, Dairy Whip has other one-of-a-kind menu items you can purchase at 26215 Plymouth Road.

The most-popular always-available item may be its vegan superman cone, which combines blue moon, lemon and wild cherry vegan ice cream stacked atop a vegan sugar cone.

Dairy Whip is located at 26215 Plymouth Road
Dairy Whip is located at 26215 Plymouth Road

Thanks to its innovative flavors and combination walk-up and drive-through options, the Dairy Whip is a popular place from March through October, Hutchison confirmed.

“On summer nights, the walk-up line is usually past our sign (about 100 feet away) and our drive-through line stretches onto (Plymouth Road) sometimes,” she said.

“On super-busy nights, we’ll have as many as seven employees working in here.”

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