Ana De Armas Gets Her Own Ben & Jerry’s Flavor

Ana de Armas had a Ben & Jerry's flavor named after her called Ana de ArMAS Leche.

By Sckylar Gibby-Brown | Published

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Ana de Armas just received a great treat from The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and ice cream megastars Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. After telling Fallon on a previous show that her favorite ice cream was Ben & Jerry’s The Tonight Dough, the three whipped up a little surprise and presented De Armas with her own flavor of ice cream, available for one night and one night only. They announced their surprise to the Ghosted actress in a video message that you can see below:

The exclusive Ana de Armas ice cream flavor is called Ana de ArMAS Leche, and the creamy treat is caramel and chocolate ice cream mixed with chocolate cookie swirls, chocolate and peanut butter cookie dough, and de Armas’s favorite addition, sweetened condensed milk.

“We were so excited to hear that Ben and Jerry’s The Tonight Dough is your favorite ice cream,” the famous ice cream makers told Ana de Armas in their video message. “We love that you’re a fan and came up with something in our kitchen for a special one-day-only, one-time-only surprise.”

Ana de Armas was over the moon with excitement that she got her own flavor from the world’s most famous (and most delicious) ice cream maker. And the live audience echoed that excitement when Fallon announced that the whole crowd would get to go home with a pint of ice cream as well. 

The Blonde actress is not the first celebrity to have a pint of Ben & Jerry’s named after her, although most celebrity-inspired ice cream flavors are more available to the public to buy. Jimmy Fallon has his The Tonight Dough, which inspired the Ana de Armas flavor, and Cherry Garcia, Ben & Jerry’s number one selling flavor is named after Jerry Garcia, Grateful Dead’s late lead guitarist. Other flavors have also been named after celebrities or famous groups, like Phish Food named after the band Phish, Imagine Whirled Peace was inspired by John Lennon, Goodbye Yellow Brickle Road was inspired by Elton John, Stephen Colbert got AmeriCone Dream (one of our personal favorites), and Willie Nelson partnered with the ice cream brand to create their Country Peach Cobbler flavor.

While Ana de Armas was super excited to have an ice cream flavor named after her, that isn’t the only exciting thing going on in her life. The actress has been up and coming in Hollywood since she starred in Rian Johnson’s Knives Out in 2019. Since then, she’s been seen in several high-profile movies, including the 007 feature No Time To Die (where she got to work with her old Knives Out co-worker Daniel Craig again) and Blonde (which was nominated for both an Oscar and a Raspberry award).

Ana de Armas also has some exciting projects on the horizon, according to her IMDb. She reunited with another Knives Out co-star, Chris Evans, for Ghosted, an action-adventure-comedy about a man who falls in love with a secret agent. She is also set to star in the John Wick spin-off, Ballerina, which will hit theaters in June of next year.