Bahama Bucks introduces Caramel Apple Sno for fall

Bahama Bucks recently introduced new fall flavors, including a Caramel Apple Sno.

Bahama Bucks recently introduced new fall flavors, including a Caramel Apple Sno.

Just a few weeks before Halloween, Bahama Bucks has launched new fall-themed shaved ice beverages that offer a twist on its usual flavors. The locally owned franchise opened a new location on FM 1488 earlier this year.


One of the new flavors being offered is the Caramel Apple Sno, which is shaved ice flavored with green apple syrup and caramel drizzle on top. The drink is available in a variety of sizes, with the 16-ounce option costing $4.69.


Co-owner Al Michka said the new fall menu items will be available until the end of October and includes other new flavors, such as candy corn and Smashing Pumpkin. Bahama Buck’s uses an ice shaver to make its signature Sno on-site and offers more than 90 different flavors.


“We’re well-known for our shaved ice,” Michka said. “Our birthday cake flavor is also a popular favorite.”


In addition to shaved ice beverages, Bahama Bucks also offers smoothies, sodas, Frostalattes and lemonades.


Bahama Bucks
6103 FM 1488, Magnolia
832-521-5178
www.bahamabucks.com
Hours: Mon.-Thu. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. noon-9 p.m.


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