Mmmm I can't wait to try it. I already use almondmilk, soymilke or rice milk in my tea every morning.
Silk makes soymilk, almondmilk, coconutmilk and other dairy-free beverages. TCBY has been serving up frozen yogurt since 1981, decades before the frozen yogurt craze stormed the nation. Their first store was in Arkansas and they now have over 360 stores nationwide.
I love to eat frozen yogurt, although I haven't been in a TCBY in what seems like ions. The closest store in the Washington, D.C. area is in Sterling, Virginia, not very close especially if you don't have a car like me. However, the Washington, D.C. area has plenty of other frozen yogurt stores to chose from like Sweetgreen, Fro-zen-yo, Pinkberry and Sweet Frog.
I love Pinkberry but find them to be a bit too expensive. You could buy an entire pint of frozen yogurt at the grocery store for the price of one small cup. As a result, I tend to go to Fro-yo more often. And it's great to add the caramel or hot chocolate sauce to your frozen yogurt after your purchase at Fro-zen-yo.
Either way, I hope I find myself in a location where there is a TCBY so that I can try the new Silk creation. I'm sure it's delicious!