List of Flavours
- Butterscotch Sundae
- Chocolate Chip
- French Vanilla
- Heavenly Hash
- Maple Walnut
- Mint Chocolate Swirl
- Spumone (discontinued)
- Cookies and Cream
- Nestlé Toll House (Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwich (currently the newest flavour, consisting of French Vanilla Parlour sandwiched between two chocolate chip cookies.)
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