There’s no doubt in our minds ice cream is one treat that nearly everyone enjoys, that is, if your stomach can tolerate lactose. If you’re one of the lucky ones who can enjoy ice cream without running to the bathroom directly after taking your first lick, then we know there’s one place you’ve been dying to eat ice cream, but have been unable to. In the dark. Well, you can now live out your dreams of eating ice cream in a completely pitch-dark room now that glow-in-the-dark icea cream is a thing.
Charlie Francis, who is the founder of Lick Me Delicious ice cream in the U.K., created the glow-in-the-dark ice cream by having it glow once your tounge comes in contact with the frozen treat. This is made possible thanks to a fluorescent protein that is found in jellyfish, which when it interacts with the tongue’s pH levels, allows the ice cream to glow brighter with every lick.
Considering how glow-in-the-dark ice cream uses jellyfish proteins to make it illuminate, you can expect this dairy treat to come at a pretty high cost. How high? Try $225 PER SCOOP. So we hope you like whatever flavor Francis makes the glow-in-the-dark ice cream as we can only assume a jellyfish flavored treat may not be the most ideal flavor.
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