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‘Anchorman’ ice cream coming to a freezer near you

‘Anchorman’ ice cream coming to a freezer near you

'ANCHORMAN' APPROVED: The new Ben & Jerry's flavor is Scotchy good. Photo: Associated Press

Paramount executives have teamed up with iconic ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s to promote the highly-anticipated “Anchorman 2.”

Called Scotchy Scotch Scotch, the flavor is inspired by fake TV newsman Ron Burgundy, whose drink of choice is the malt whisky.

The frozen treat is a mixture of butterscotch ice cream with ribbons of butterscotch swirl.

This isn’t the first product tie-in for the long-awaited sequel; Will Ferrell plays the quirky newsman in a series of ads for Dodge.

The movie is set to be released in December.

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