Bizarre ice cream flavors(1/9)

2022-05-24 14:40:44 Editor :Li Yan

A customer takes photos of a cup of Maotai flavored ice cream in Maotai county, southwest China’s Guizhou Province. Moutai ice cream is made from a mixture of 53-degree Maotai liquor and pure milk ice cream. (Photo provided to China News Service)

A staff member shows a vinegar-flavored ice cream and a bottle of vinegar at a cold drinks store in Taiyuan city, north China's Shanxi Province. (Photo: China News Service/Zhang Yun)

This grilled ice cream is toasted to a caramel color under a blow torch set at 800 degrees Celsius in Xiangyang, Central China's Hubei Province. " (Photo/VCG)

Ice creams with spicy chili on the top are sold at a shop in Chongqing. (Photo/ICphoto)

Flower pot ice cream becomes popular in Shengyang, northeast China's Liaoning Province. The creative "plant" has drawn a lot of curious customers. (Photo/ICphoto)

A chili oil-flavored ice cream is seen in a store on Chunxi Road, Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province. (Photo/ICphoto)

This unusual ice cream was made from crocodile eggs instead of your average chicken fare. Crocodile ice cream is "more nutritious than its classic counterparts since it contains less cholesterol", and that croc eggs "provide more protein than ordinary chicken eggs". (Photo/VCG)

Business owner Faye makes final touches to a 24k edible gold leaf soft ice cream at her Small Potatoes Ice Creamery shop in Singapore. (Photo/Agencies)

The new "What-A-Melon" ice cream comes in a piece of actual watermelon and the seeds are bits of bitter chocolate. (Photo/ICphoto)

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