Whenever we are looking for a quick and easy way to cool down, ice cream always comes to our rescue. Creamy and chilled, this is a treat loved equally by all age groups. The best part about eating ice cream is that it is incredibly versatile. We have so many ice cream flavours nowadays that it's hard to keep track. Recently, we have seen how Indian ice cream vendors gave a bizarre twist to the usual ice cream. They were adding street foods like chole bhature and pani puri to create unusual flavours. And now, an ice cream parlour in London too has followed suit by creating ice creams made with flavours like peas and ketchup.
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The video of the ice cream store in London was shared on Twitter by Reuters. These flavours are being offered by a pop-up parlour in London called 'The Ice Cream Project'. Run by fashion designer Anya Hindmarch, the idea is to make people try something different and unusual. "Ever wondered what pea-flavoured ice cream tastes like? This summer concept store offers several such unusual flavours," read the caption to the post.
There are multiple interesting flavours on offer at the pop-up ice cream store in London. Starting on June 29, the ice cream flavours will be available for a limited time till August 27. Frozen peas, sweet chilli, soy sauce, digestive biscuits, cheddar cheese with pickle, tomato ketchup and cereal are some of the bizarre ice cream flavours available. The strange flavours are priced at GBP 3.50 per scoop and are also available in tub form for GBP 15.
As per Mirror UK, the peas ice cream was 'vile' but the soy sauce ice cream was 'surprisingly tasty'. Meanwhile, Delish suggested that it was a 'unique concept' and prompted people to try something different. What did you think of the unique ice cream flavours? Would you try them? Tell us in the comments below.
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