10 Of The Weirdest Ice Cream Flavors Ever Created
Ice Cream is one of the best things mankind has ever created. The cold, delicious treat is perfect at anytime of the year. It truly does not matter what the weather outside is like — it could be snowing and freezing cold or sunny and warm and we could still eat gallons of the stuff. However, there are countries all across the world, hundreds of them, that have very different tastes than the rest us. These countries have managed to create some of the most disgusting, weirdest ice cream flavors known to man. Here are ten of the weirdest flavors ever concocted.
Corn On The Cob Ice Cream
Corn on the cob is amazing for barbecues and summer cookouts, but when you combine kernels of corn with your ice cream, something has gone wrong. Max and Mina’s Homemade Icecream and Ices in Queens, New York, does just that.
Deep Fried Oyster Ice Cream
Of course, Japan has some of the weirdest flavors of absolutely everything, so it makes sense they would develop a Deep Fried Oyster Ice Cream. It looks like regular vanilla, but features two fried oysters popping out from the cone.
Garlic Ice Cream
This one has to be an acquired taste, as garlic barely goes well with anything that hasn’t been cooked perfectly. Garlic Ice Cream, however, is a real flavor in Santa Cruz, California, during the Gilroy Garlic Festival.
Bacon Ice Cream
Bacon Ice Cream has become increasingly more popular throughout the years, as those with a sweet tooth are realizing how well the saltiness of bacon and the sweetness of ice cream go together. Little crisps of bacon and vanilla is enjoyable.
Akutaq, honestly, looks like vomit. This Alaskan dish is ice cream made of sugar, berries, whipped fat, and any leftover meat the individual has hidden away in their refrigerator.
Chicken Wing Ice Cream
Hailing from Namja Town, Tokyo, the Chicken Wing Ice Cream is certainly on the more adventurous side of things. Anyone craving chicken wings and ice cream during the big football game may be courageous enough to give this one a go.
Salmon Horseradish Ice Cream
Brothers Bruce and Mark Becker, of Queens, New York, thought it was a good decision to concoct a Salmon Horseradish Ice Cream. The two men consider themselves connoisseurs of eclectic flavors, and with good reason.
Honey Jalapeno Pickle Ice Cream
Honey we could imagine going well with ice cream, but Jalapenos and Pickles, definitely not. Sweet Action Ice Cream in Colorado combined these flavors after partnering with local pickle company The Real Dill.
Goat Cheese with Marionberries and Habanero Ice Cream
Goat Cheese with Marionberries and Habanero Ice Cream uses all natural dairy and the very best in local ingredients. Salt and Straw, of Portland, Oregon, invented the weird blend, and it has actually become quite popular.
Charcoal Ice Cream
Charcoal Ice Cream hails from Japan, where eclectic flavors are the norm these days. Charcoal should not be combined with any type of food, let alone ice cream, and yet people continue enjoying it.