A U.K. ice cream maker has turned everyone’s favorite nighttime party accessory into an edible dessert.
Lick Me Delicious owner Charlie Harry Francis enlisted a Chinese scientist to churn out glow-in-the-dark ice cream, made from synthesizing the luminescent protein in jellyfish. Yes, jellyfish. The protein reacts with your tongue at a neutral pH and as the temperature of the mouth heats up, the raised pH levels trigger the glow, the inventor told U.K. newspaper Metro.
Francis released the illuminated dessert just in time for Halloween, but we doubt many bit into its price tag of almost $225 a scoop.”It is incredible stuff but still at very early days in terms of production,” Francis said. It’s unclear what the glow-in-the-dark flavor tastes like–or if it’s even safe. “Is it safe to eat?” The owner wrote on the site. “Well I tried some and I don’t seem to be glowing anywhere…
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Ben and Jerry’s revealed its latest limited batch concoction, paying tribute to the legendary anchorman, Ron Burgundy, and his signature drink.
“Scotchy Scotch Scotch” is made with butterscotch ice cream and laced with butterscotch swirl ribbons, giving you yet another reason to recite all your favorite lines from the classic movie before the much-anticipated release of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, in theaters Dec. 20. Not sure where to find it? Check out the brand’s store limited-batch locator.