• 5 Oktoberfest Tips to Help You Rock This Year’s Festivals

    Because let’s face it: between finding comfy shoes, dressing for the weather, and navigating the bathroom situation, there’s a lot to consider!

     

    If you’re anything like me, Oktoberfest is a long-standing, highly anticipated tradition that comes around every year. However, it can also be stressful! It’s hard to find parking, you have to walk everywhere, and more often than not, you might be the victim of an ill-timed beer spill. Plus, the event is always held outside,

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  • The BIG Reveal

    We have been teasing our BIG reveal all month, and last weekend we finally unveiled our secret to the world! Jungle Jim’s has received a colossal portrait of Jungle himself made out of over 12,000 Jelly Belly jelly beans! It took over 100 hours to create and weighs over 100 pounds. The piece was made by Jelly Belly’s resident artist Kristen Cumings who makes these huge pieces of art for Jelly Belly. Jungle will be joining the likes of Martin Luther King Jr.,

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  • Jeni In The Jungle

    Last week we were honored to welcome Jeni Britton Bauer from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams to our Fairfield store! Jeni took 10 lucky people on a flavor tour around the store and showed the group some of her favorite products that you can only get right here at the Jungle. While showing them around, she grabbed some items for her class following the tour, but she couldn’t help but fill her cart with some delicious chocolates,

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  • From Across The Globe, To You!

    Recently, we received a message from Scott Robb, a customer of ours for many years. He’s currently in Bishkek, the capital of Central Asian country Kyrgyzstan, checking out a market and bazaar that’s housed along the ancient Silk Road trading route that was used from China to the Mediterranean.

     

    Surrounded by beautiful, rugged mountains, Kyrgyzstan is home to snow leopards and lynx, while Bishkek itself is known for it’s Ala Archa National Park,

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