Traditional ice cream flavours can get a little samey during the summer months, but a new London pop-up is getting creative with the nations favourite frozen treat.
The House of Ice Cream pop-up will boast a buffalo milk ice cream topped with fried chicken, chips and hot sauce on its menu, for brave dessert-lovers to try.
Set to launch on National Ice Cream Day – aka July 17 – the bizarre temporary ice cream parlour will open next to the Conductor pub at Fleet Place in Farringdon.
But poultry and hot sauce are not the only unusual items set to be on the whacky menu.
For two weeks only, those with a sweet tooth will be able to enjoy a whole host of alcoholic ice cream floats.
Boozy flavours will include a pornstar martini paired with raspberry sorbet, tequila and blood orange sorbet, pink gin matched with raspberry sorbet and Bacardi and coke topped with vegan coconut ice cream. These unique creations will be priced at £8.50 a pop.
Those looking to personalise their ice cream can try their hand at the Build-Your-Own station. Guests will be able to top their scoops with party rings, smarties, gummy bears, popping candy and more, to make their own customised snack. A vegan chocolate ice cream made with coconut milk will also be available.
If unconventional ice cream and boozy floats werent enough, DJs will be taking visitors into the evening with garage and hip hop tracks.
The brains behind the frozen operation are the folks at Fullers – a pub empire with more than 400 pubs across the UK.
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