I scream, you scream, we all cry out … horse meat ice cream? Okay, maybe not all of us. But some people do it. In fact a lot of people. Lobster, Foie Gras and Ghost Pepper too. The next time you crave an ice-cold cones, why not leave your vanilla / chocolate comfort zone and try one of those 12 strange, but real ice creams.
. 1 Horse Meat
There are two dozen attractions in Tokyo's Namja Town Amusement Park. It would be easy to spend all your time there and think about the many flavors at Ice Cream City, including raw horsemeat, cow tongue, salt, yakisoba, squid and squid Belonging to the flavors that tickled (or strangled) visitors have taste buds.
. 2 Pickled Mango
Jeni Britton Bauer, owner of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams in Ohio, is one of the country's most decorated ice cream makers by their selection of limited edition flavors, including the pickled mango from last summer (one on cream cheese based ic cream with a slightly spicy mango sauce of white balsamic vinegar, white pepper, allspice and clove) and this year's goat cheese with red cherries.
. 3 Corn on the Cob
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Since the opening of Max & Mina's in Queens, New York in 1998, brothers / owners Bruce and Mark Becker created more than 5,000 unique ice cream sorts, many of which were made according to their grandfather's original recipes. Daily taste experiments mean that the menu is constantly changing, but Corn on the Cob (a summer favorite), horseradish, garlic, pizza, lox and jalapeno have all made the lineup.
4. Foie Gras
The OddFellows of New York City take the "odd" in their name seriously and have become synonymous with experimental flavors. Since opening in 2013, they have prepared over 300 different types of cold stuff – including a foie gras strain.
. 5 Pear and Blue Cheese
"Salty-sweet" is the preferred range in Portland, Oregon, where sugar and spices combine well with flavors such as strawberry honey-balsamic strawberry with cracked pepper and pear with blue cheese-balanced blend of sweet Oregon Trail Bartlett pears mixed with sprinkles of the award-winning Crater Lake Blue Cheese by Rogue Creamery. Yum?
. 6 Ghost Pepper
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"Traditional" is not the word you would choose for any of the 100 ice creams in the Ice Cream Store in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. They have no vanilla, they have African vanilla or Malagasy vanilla pods. But things get wilder and wilder, and the shopkeepers clearly have a fondness for the sharp stuff. In addition to the devil's puff Carolina Reaper Pepper Ice Cream – a bright red vanilla ice cream with cinnamon and Carolina Reaper Pepper Mash – there is also the classic Ghost Pepper Ice Cream presented in a Ripley's Believe It or Not [19459019Bookin2016Beforewarned:Youmustsignadisclaimerifyouwouldliketoorderoneofthetwoflavors
. 7 Bourbon and Corn Flake
You never know what flavors will appear in San Francisco's daily changing offer of Humphry Slocombe, but they always have room for the typical secret breakfast. Made from bourbon and cornflakes, you should arrive earlier if you want to try it. it is fast and sold out every day.
. 8 Figs and Fresh Brown Turkeys
The sweet scientists at New York's Laboratorio del Gelato have never found a taste they did not like – or who wanted to turn themselves into an ice cream. How else could one explain the popularity of their Fig & Fresh Brown Turkey Gelato, a popular selection among the hundreds of flavors they've created so far. (Sugar beets and cucumbers are just two of their other intriguing flavors.)
Do not be fooled by the "chocolate" in the title: Ben & Bill's Chocolate Emporium in Bar Harbor, Maine, features the most famous delicacy of Pine Tree State, with its signature lobster ice cream, a buttered rice, and treats fresh (again buttered) lobster, which is folded into each bite.
10th Creole Tomato
The philosophy of the Creole Dairy in New Orleans is simple: "eat ice cream. Be happy. "Not so easy is the selection among the dozens of rotating ice cream, sorbets, sorbets and ice cream. But only the most daring of guests may want to exchange a sweet treat for something that sounds more like a salad, as is the case with the Creole tomato.
. 11 Eskimo Ice
If you happen to be in an ice cream parlor in Juneau, remember: Eskimo Ice Cream – also known as Akutag – is not the same as an Eskimo cake, this chocolate-covered ice bar You can find it in almost every grocery store. Although the nationwide delicacy is usually mixed with enough fresh berries to satisfy the sweet tooth, the base is actually animal fat (reindeer, caribou, possibly even whale).
Big Gay Ice Cream began as an experimental ice cream truck and turned into one of the most powerless ice cream parlors in New York City, where the toppings provide for an unparalleled enjoyment. One of her most unique culinary inventions? A bag inspired by Cheetos, in which vanilla and cheese ice cream is dipped in Cheetos dust.