What’s your favorite ice cream flavor? Chocolate and vanilla are very old school. Ice cream shops nowadays are now exploring new and far more adventurous flavors that are sometimes borderline ridiculous.
Ever heard of charcoal or pig’s blood-flavored ice cream? Here are 26 weird ice cream flavors that would challenge your taste buds:
#1 Salt and Pepper Ice Cream
This is made up of common spices found at home. This flavor is offered by San Francisco ice cream shop, Humphrey Slocombe
#2 Caviar Ice Cream
Made with 60 percent white sturgeon Alverta Royal Petrossian caviar, this ice cream is sold by French company, Philippe Faur.
#3 Honey Jalapeño Pickle Ice Cream
Sold by Sweet Action Ice Cream, this flavor consists of chopped cucumbers, jalapeño peppers and honey.
#4 Beer Ice Cream
Your favorite alcoholic beverage and dessert in one. This emerging ice cream flavor is manufactured by at least five ice cream companies including Mercer’s Dairy, Frozen Pints, The Ice Cream Bar, SnoBar and Tipsy Scoop.
#5 Cactus Ice Cream
Yup, they are referring to those thorny plants you know. This must be the best dessert in the desert.
#6 Lobster Ice Cream
Ben & Bill’s Chocolate Emporium seafood-flavored ice cream boasts fresh-buttered lobster in every bite.
#7 Fig & Fresh Brown Turkey Ice Cream
Perfect for thanksgiving. This weird combination is a best-seller at Il Laboratorio del Gelato in New York.
#8. Jellyfish Ice Cream
Not really made of jellyfish but this awesome creation from Lick Me I’m Delicious could glow. Lick it and it will light up! Pressing your tongue on this ice cream would agitate calcium activated proteins therefore making it glow. Well, the price is awesome too at $200 a scoop.
#9 Pig’s Blood & Koji Ice Cream
A really bloody flavor. This is developed by Nordic Food Lab substituting koji, a fermented barley, for cocoa to create a blood ice cream recipe.
#10 Caribou Fat Ice Cream
Made with caribou or animal fat and berries, this ice cream is also called “eskimo ice cream,” or akutaq.
#11 Carrot Ginger Ice Cream
Sweet Action Ice Cream in Denver made an ice cream with real carrot juice and freshly-grated ginger is available at
#12 Garlic Ice Cream
This is a must-have at the annual Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California. It is commonly topped with caramel mole sauce.
#13 Ramen Ice Cream
Japanese ramen is best served hot but an ice cream company in Japan took it to another level. This must be how ramen tastes if you left it in the freezer.
#14 Ranch Dressing Ice Cream
Little Baby’s ranch dressing ice cream debuted in Philadelphia in 2015. It is made of buttermilk, garlic, chives, and dill to give it that cool salad taste.
#15 Deep Fried Oyster Ice Cream
Another Japanese invention. Vanilla ice cream base with deep fried oyster.
#16. Miso Ice Cream
OddFellows Ice Cream in New York City has several flavors made of miso, a popular Japanese soy paste. This includes Miso Peanut Butter, Miso Cherry and more.
#17 Curry Ice Cream
Made with spicy, savoury and sweet Indian curry This is featured in Vosges Chocolate’s exotic flavors.
#18 Lox Ice Cream
This flavor from Max and Mina’s Ice Cream in Queens is the perfect brunch food. The vanilla ice cream base is mixed with bits of Nova smoked salmon, cream cheese, and salt to emulate a bagel-and-lox taste.
#19 Ketchup And Mayo Ice Cream
That’s your favorite condiments turned ice cream by Freezer Burn PH. It sounds weird but no worries, the shop also offers side snacks such as fries to in it.
#20 Potato Chips Ice Cream
Beenie’s Ice Cream in Morristown, New Jersey offers the perfect “midnight snack” in this vanilla ice cream with chocolate-covered potato chips and Cap’n Crunch pieces.
#21 Charcoal Ice Cream
Hailing from Japan, charcoal ice cream has also spread through the depths of US. Little Damage in Los Angeles sells house-made cones and ice creams made with activated charcoal. They have flavors like Almond Charcoal and Black Roses.
#22. Squid Ink Ice Cream
Ikasumi or squid ink is a popular ice cream flavor in Japan. It is sometimes topped with wasabi sprinkles.
#23 Horse Meat Ice Cream
An ice cream fair in Japan once featured an ice cream made with raw horse meat.
#24 Coronation Chicken Ice Cream
If curry isn’t enough, this flavor is right for you. It is made of cold chicken, raisins in mayonnaise, and curry inspired by the coronation chicken dish that was cooked for the queen’s coronation in 1953.
#25 Spaghetti and Cheese Ice Cream
Heladeria Coromoto in Venezuela created this blend with your favorite pasta and cheese.
#26 Juniper & Lemon Curd Ice Cream
This ice cream flavor by Jeni’s is designed to taste like a martini with juniper berry notes and lemon curd.
Badass Woman Picks Up Huge Snake Off Road To Save It From Being Run Over
An act of kindness from a fearless woman.
What would you do if you see a giant snake on a major highway? In a new viral footage, a fearless woman grabbed a giant snake and takes it off the road to save it from being run over by vehicles.
The video captured by a passing biker shows a massive python stuck in the middle of the main highway in Guaratiba, Brazil. The traffic was halted as onlookers stood still and no one dared to go near the huge snake. The snake seemed scared too and no one wanted to help it, except Camila.
Fearless Camila grabbed the snake to save it from the vehicles.
Husband Creates Awesome Dress for Wife Made from 12,000 Pieces of Lego
This is so cool! Who knew you can use Legos to make a stunning dress?
Hardcore Lego nerds are unbelievably creative. Just give them lots of bricks and ample amount of time and they can, almost always, build pretty much anything you tell them - even a Titanic ship!
Now a husband recently caught a lot of attention online after he made a dress and purse made from, you guessed it - Lego bricks.
Brian D'Agostine, also known as Dag’s Bricks in the Lego community, made the two creations using an astounding 12,000 pieces of Lego bricks.
SPAM Celebrates 80th Birthday And This Is What The Four Letters Actually Stand For
The newly revealed meaning is kind of bizarre.
Tinned meat brand SPAM recently celebrated its 80th birthday and with it comes the revelation of what the letters S.P.A.M. really stand for. SPAM has been a popular brand of tinned meat products recognized in different parts of the world and celebrated in the U.S.
People have been enjoying different flavors of the product, which has been selling on the shelves for 80 years, but not a lot of fans realize what the four letters really mean or that SPAM is actually an acronym. On its 80th birthday, SPAM revealed the meaning on its relatively low-key Twitter account.
The four letters were revealed to be “Sizzle. Pork. And. Mmm.”
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