Snoop Dogg’s NFT-Inspired Ice Cream Hits 3,500 Walmart Stores

Snoop Dogg has teamed up with consumer packaged goods company Happi Co. to launch a new ice cream brand called “Dr. Bombay.” The brand, inspired by Snoop Dogg’s NFT character, bridges the gap between the digital and physical worlds.

A Sweet Symphony of Flavors

Dr. Bombay ice cream comes in seven delectable flavors, each designed to delight the taste buds. 

The lineup includes Bonus Track Brownie, Cocoa Cream Cookie Dream, Iced Out Orange Cream, Rollin’ In the Dough, S’more Vibes, Syrupy Waffle Sundaze, and Tropical Sherbet Swizzle. With such a variety of options, there’s a flavor to suit every ice cream lover’s palate.

Dr. Bombay ice cream will be hitting the shelves of 3,500 Walmart stores. Snoop Dogg’s collaboration with Happi Co. ensures that this delightful frozen treat will be available to fans from coast to coast.

The Man Behind the Ice Cream

Snoop Dogg is enthusiastic about his venture into the frozen food sector, and he sees it as more than just a business endeavor. “Ice cream is more than just a snack to me; it’s a way to chill, relax, and get happy,” he shared. 

The unique twist to the brand is the incorporation of Snoop Dogg’s sidekick, Dr. Bombay, as the face and persona of the ice cream line. For Snoop Dogg, Dr. Bombay is like a son, and he’s determined to create a successful lifestyle brand starting with ice cream.

A Synergistic Partnership

The collaboration between Snoop Dogg and Happi Co. is no coincidence. Both entities share core values, making the partnership a perfect match. 

Dr. Bombay aims to embody the essence of the West Coast lifestyle, drawing inspiration from Snoop Dogg’s origins. Coupled with Happi Co.’s expertise in the consumer packaged goods industry, the ice cream brand promises to be a unique offering in the frozen food market.

With Snoop Dogg’s star power and Happi Co.’s experience, Dr. Bombay ice cream is set to captivate consumers and become a prominent player in the frozen food sector. 


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