We are lucky! Stewart’s Shops unveils its new Shenanigan Shake

The luck of the Irish has returned to the Hudson Valley…in the form of a delicious drink?

Everyone’s favorite convenience store and gas station, Stewart’s Shops, is releasing a new beverage flavor just in time for March and your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Of course, when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day, everything has to be green. What is the St. Patrick’s Day superstition? If you don’t wear green on Irish holidays, you get caught. According to folklore, it has something to do with the Leprechauns being able to see you. Green makes you invisible… supposedly.

I digress.

Well, you’ll be safe if you drop by your local Stewart’s and buy their new Stewart’s Shenanigan Shake.

The new dairy refreshment is a mint-based dairy drink according to a social media post:

If you’re familiar with Stewart’s stores, you know they’re home to some of the most delicious dairy products. Remember last fall when Stewart launched its Chocolate Peanut Butter Milk? They sold out in several places in the Hudson Valley.

And who can forget their bottled eggnog on vacation? Personally I think it’s the best in town, but that’s just me.

The Stewart’s Shops Shenanigans Shake is available now to rave reviews on social media. However, a client came up with an awesome remix of the Shenanaigan Shake. Twitter user Chip Puppy Paws wrote:

Tested, it’s good! But it’s even better with a little Hershey’s syrup inside. Go make a Dirty Shenanigan shake!

Listen to me, add a scoop of Stewart’s Vanilla (or mint nugget) an ice cream and you have a pot of gold!

Stewart’s Shops has more than 350 locations in New York State and Vermont.

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