WHEN the sun is shining, there’s no better way to celebrate than with an ice-cool milkshake. Here are the Evening Times’ top picks for a tasty treat.


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Bibble Milkshake Bar serves up made-to-order, handcrafted milkshakes from its eye-catching 1971 VW Campervan.

The gang at Bibble Bar know a thing or two about putting a twist on the classics and with a huge menu of fabulous flavours to choose from, such as Very Vanilla, Serious Strawberry, Rainbow Rush (Skittle-infused and topped with popping candy) and The Nutter (peanut butter with Nutella), there no better way to refuel after a trip to the shops.

Bibble Milkshake Bar: Silverburn Shopping Centre and Buchanan Galleries


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Black Vanilla is Glasgow’s only cereal, dessert and candy store.

As well as a wide selection of British and imported cereals to choose from, the store’s unique milkshakes are made-to-order with the best quality ingredients including candies, cakes, chocolate and fresh cream. There is something to satisfy every sweet tooth.

Black Vanilla: 555 Duke Street


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Equi’s ice cream parlour whips up luxurious shakes made from fresh Scottish milk and double cream.

And even better, at the beginning of the week you and your friend/granny/dog can go down to take advantage of the 2-for-1 Milkshake Monday offer. Or, you know, enjoy the two yourself.

Equi’s Ice Cream: 2C Hallside Court, Cambuslang


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Kandy Krunch is a cracking cakes takeaway with magnificent milkshakes on offer. From an Irn Bru ice cream float and Costco cake shake to a halal chocolate bar creation, there is something for everyone.

Kandy Krunch: 1480 Paisley Road West


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BRGR, an American-style chain, serves braw burgers and scrumptious milkshakes at an affordable price.

From the traditional vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavours to Oreo, Kinder and Ferrero creations, BRGR shakes hit the right spot.

BRGR: 526 Great Western Road / 6 Royal Exchange Square