Dairy Queen: 15 Things You Didn't Know (Part 1)

Dairy Queen: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

Dairy Queen: 15 Things You Didn't Know (Part 1)


Dairy Queen is one of the most popular chains of restaurants and has become renowned for its ice cream-based concoctions and treats. However, despite the fact that the company has spent a considerable amount of time in the spotlight and under the scrutiny of the public eye, there are still some things that many people don’t know. With that in mind, here we present our list of 15 things you probably didn’t know about Dairy Queen. Check out part one below, and stay tuned for part two, coming soon!

Number Fifteen: Dairy Queen’s “Brazier” Locations Are Special

If you see the word “Brazier” next to a DQ, get excited. That means it serves hot food in addition to its cold treats.

Number Fourteen: Its Name Has Nothing to Do With Royalty

You might think DQ was named after a girl who really loved ice cream, but that’s not actually the case. In reality, the name was born after the man who helped invent soft-serve, Jack “Grandpa” McCullough, called his creation the queen of dairy.

Number Thirteen: Don’t Ask an Employee for That Soft-Serve Recipe

The recipe is a trade secret and is guarded quite intensely. The chief branding officer of the company, Michael Keller, has said that the recipe is located in a safe with just a few keys that can open it.

Number Twelve: Gwen Stefani Worked There

It’s true! Though the singer is most well-known for her roles in the band No Doubt and as a judge on The Voice, she actually worked at a DQ in 1986. She worked there with her brother.

Number Eleven: It Was Around for 45 Years Before the Blizzard Came to Be

Though DQ was made famous for their Blizzards, the creation didn’t come about until 1985. Considering that Dairy Queen has been in existence since 1940, that’s a lot of time spent without a signature creation.

Number Ten: China’s Number One Seller Is the Green Tea Blizzard

If that sounds gross to you, you’re not alone. However, if you’re in China, you might be alone because DQ’s green tea Blizzard is the number one seller over there.

Number Nine: It Has an Esteemed Fanbase – Including Warren Buffett

Berkshire Hathaway owns Dairy Queen, and Warren Buffett owns Berkshire Hathaway. Despite his obvious connection to the company, he has objectively said that he loves the products, and especially the ice cream. Stay tuned for part two of our list of 15 things you didn’t know about Dairy Queen, coming soon!

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