Home/ Fun Catering Carts/ Milk Shake Cart
Our luxury service goes a step beyond the usual milk and powdered flavouring mix. Adding real dairy ice cream to give it that thick shake texture. Mixing it with a variety of super ingredients for a real kick, we offer all the following for you milk shake aficionados;
“These are far and away the best milk shakes we have ever tasted.”
Don’t just settle for someone serving milk shakes from the top of a table. One of our themed carts help create that party atmosphere. Your milk shake service becomes part of the entertainment.
We also offer a full custom design and build service. For special events and corporate requirements.
Some Of Our High Profile Clients.
Originally milk shakes were actually a whisky egg nog type drink. It wasn't until about 1900 that the term came to refer to the wholesome drinks made by mixing milk and syrups with ice cream.
Many of the diners in 1940’s and 50’s America featured thick shakes as one of their staple offerings.
A salesman named Ray Kroc bought the exclusive rights to the 1930’s era Multimixer milk shake maker. Creating an automated machine which he put to good use expanding his chain of McDonalds restaurants.
Rather than a machine, we use a professional grade bar blender. With ice cream and our other ingredients mixed just before being served for maximum freshness.
Everyone loves a thick milk shake, its one of those treats you enjoy as a child, and are still enjoying years later.
We offer a range of milk shake carts for hire. Made with ice cold fresh milk, a dollop of ice cream and a mixture of flavours. Fresh fruits, syrups, and on our luxury milk shake carts many of your favourite childhood confections. Mars bars, Bounty’s, Twix and much more. Add whipped cream and top it off with a drizzle of sauce, voila one luxury shake.
Delight your guests with a cool refreshing thick shake. Perfect for weddings and parties, or a real draw at a company sales promotion or exhibition stand.
Milk Shake Facts
Allegedly shakes got their name from being served in bars. If the customer enjoyed the shake he would shake hands with the bartender. If he didn't, the bartender didn't get a tip.
The world's largest shake was made in 2000 by Ira Freehof. At 6000 gallons it was equivalent to 50,000 normal shakes.
June 20th is national Vanilla Milk Shake Day (in the states of course). September 12th chocolate shake day.
The electric blender invented in 1922, was designed specifically for shakes.
This entire site is Copyright © 2006 - 2018 Emmerson E. Moody & Jason A.R. Moody.