Weirdest ice cream flavors. The list of Top most weirdest and unusual ice creems flavors in the world.
Found in an ice cream shop in Merida, Venezuela, that sells over 900 unusual flavors. This particular one is cheese flavored ice-cream with ground-up spaghetti pieces
Spleen & Artichoke Ice Cream
Andrew Zimmern ate this in Italy. Thanks, but I’ll pass.
Octopus Ice Cream
From Japan, where it’s known as Taco Aisu. Actual octopus meat in a slushy cherry ice.
Horse Flesh Ice Cream
This isn’t ice cream for horses… it’s RAW HORSE FLESH in vanilla ice cream. From Japan.
Salad Ice Cream
Strawberry ice cream with cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, and lettuce.
Garlic Ice Cream
Free? I guess no one would buy it so they had to give it away.
Squid Ink Ice Cream
Found in Japan. The squid ink gives the ice cream a dark charcoal color.
Goat Ice Cream
Made with goat’s milk, and actual GOAT BITS. Popular in Asia. Yum!
Condom Ice CreamJust snip the tip, and the chocolate ice cream oozes out. How
An Alaskan ice cream-like food made from whipped fat, berries, sugar, and leftover meat.
The Mash Cone
From England. Sausage, mash potatoes, gravy, and peas in an ice cream cone. Technically it’s not ice cream, but it’s on a cone… and it’s gross… and that’s good enough for me.
Caviar Ice Cream
Made with 60% white sturgeon Alverta Royal Petrossian caviar. Offered by gourmet French ice cream company, Philippe Faur.
Viagra Ice Cream
Need a little assistance in the bedroom? Try this Viagra flavor, originally created by Italian entrepreneur Franco Corradi.
Cheese Ice Cream
Cheese ice cream from the Philippines. According to the package, it’s “heavenly cheese mellorine loaded with bits of premium cheddar cheese.” People say it smells like moldy, cheesy popcorn.
Chicken Wing Ice Cream
From Nagoya, Japan.
Yam & Coconut Ice Cream
Made by Nestle, and sold in Singapore.
Chili Pepper Ice Cream
Also from Singapore. Hot, spicy chili peppers (and seeds!) in a tangy tomato-flavored ice cream.
Fish Ice Cream
This particular variation is an Indian flavor, made using cooked cuttlefish, eggs, sugar, butter, and emulsifiers. Japan also has a fish ice cream made with saury, a saltwater fish.