It has Oreo pieces and cotton candy topping.   

Dairy Queen

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, and if you hadn’t noticed, a lot of companies are using this historic occasion as an excuse to sell food—hey, we’re not complaining.

Dairy Queen is the latest brand to announce an out-of-this-world limited-edition treat. The new Zero Gravity Blizzard honors Apollo 11 with Oreo cookie pieces, sparkly cosmic swirls, and sweet cotton candy topping blended with vanilla soft serve and topped with sprinkles.

But they didn’t stop there: DQ also released a “Zero Gravity” playlist on Spotify. The random-but-kind-of-awesome mix includes outer space-inspired songs like David Bowie’s “Space Oddity,” Elton John’s “Rocket Man,” and Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon.”

“Consumers have had an unwavering fascination with outer space since America’s landmark achievement nearly half a century ago,” said Maria Hokanson, Executive Vice President of Marketing at American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ). “Fans can feed their imaginations and taste buds alike with the Zero Gravity Blizzard Treat — sending their red spoon spaceships into a deliciously iridescent soft serve galaxy.”

The cosmic beverage is available nationwide now, while supplies last.

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