Ben & Jerry’s has created a Netflix-branded ice cream that’s perfect for binge watching

Called Netflix & Chilll’d, the ice cream is made with peanut butter, pretzel swirls, and fudge brownies

Always having a hard time picking which ice cream flavor to eat while watching your favorite Netflix originals? Well, Ben & Jerry’s has just made that easier for you by creating a brand new ice cream flavor that was literally made to be consumed while binge-watching on the streaming giant.

Called Netflix & Chilll’d — yes, with an extra “L” —, the new ice cream flavor is made with peanut butter, sweet and salty pretzel swirls, and fudge brownies. The lid of the Netflix & Chilll’d tub is sealed with a cover that displays the Netflix logo and the phrase “A Netflix Original Flavor.” The front of the container, meanwhile, features images of three cows huddled together on a couch, presumably catching up on their beloved Netflix shows.

Netflix & Chilll’d (dairy)

Ben & Jerry’s will release Netflix & Chilll’d worldwide to over 20 different countries, a first in the premium ice cream brand’s history. Priced at around $7 per pint, Netflix & Chilll’d will be available in retailers around the world starting this February. A non-dairy version of the flavor, made with almond milk, will also be released soon.

Netflix & Chilll’d (non-dairy)

“This is the perfect pairing between Ben & Jerry’s and Netflix, to bring more magic to millions of fans (taste buds) across the globe,” Matthew McCarthy, CEO of Ben & Jerry’s, said in a statement.

The Netflix & Chilll’d announcement came with the release of a video introducing the new ice cream flavor. The 30-second clip is packed with shots inspired by different Netflix originals, including Money Heist, Orange Is the New Black, To All the Boys I Loved Before, The Crown, and Sex Education. It even features an appearance of Big Mouth’s Andrew Glouberman and Maurice the Hormone Monster. Watch the video below:

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This isn’t the first time Netflix has teamed up with an ice cream company. Just this summer, the streaming service joined forces with Baskin-Robbins to promote the third season of Stranger Things. As part of the partnership, Baskin-Robbins sold a selection of limited-edition desserts inspired by the popular sci-fi horror series.

Sources: Engadget, Insider