Sanders gets second unofficial Ben & Jerry's flavor
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A Ben & Jerry's co-founder is sweetening up his support for Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders opposes Biden Interior nominee in procedural vote Briahna Joy Gray on how Sanders changed the healthcare conversation Sanders 'delighted' DeSantis asked White House to import Canadian prescription drugs MORE’s (I-Vt.) White House bid with a new limited-edition ice cream flavor. 

Ben Cohen, who co-founded the famed ice cream brand, announced Friday the creation of “Bernie's Back," following a similar release during the last Democratic presidential primary.

The hot cinnamon ice cream includes "one very large chocolate disc on top and a (very stiff) butter toffee backbone going down the middle," according to Sanders’s campaign website.


"The chocolate disc represents all the wealth that has risen to the top 1 percent" while the "backbone represents Bernie's steadfast determination to un-rig our economy." The hot cinnamon flavor is "our political revolution holding politicians' feet to the fire to make America work for working people of all races and genders."

A pint bearing Sanders's smiling image features the message, "Open joyfully. Political revolution inside."

It's not the first time that Cohen, 68, has given Sanders’s presidential ambitions a frozen dessert boost. In 2016, Cohen debuted another ice cream flavor, "Bernie's Yearning," a mint concoction that also included a chocolate disc.

Neither the 2016 or latest Sanders flavor is an official Ben and Jerry's ice cream.

A contest is being held to dole out the limited-edition 40 pints of ice cream, each autographed by Cohen, who has also joined Sanders on the campaign trail.

"Before Bernie, I used to be the most famous guy in Vermont!" Cohen joked at a campaign stop in Iowa in May. "I am just so happy to give that title over to Bernie."

"Ice cream is good," he continued. "But a president of the United States who truly stands for justice in all its flavors? That is euphoric!"