Color Changing Ice Cream: The Latest In Sweet Treat Technology
Ice Cream That Changes Color
Manuel Linares, a physicist-gone-chef has created a new flavor of ice cream that changes color as it melt. The flavor is currently being sold in his ice cream shop in Calella de Mar, in the east Spanish province of Barcelona. The idea of color-changing ice cream is intriguing people all over Europe and the trend is slowly spreading to North America.
“When he told the course tutor at the Hotel Business School Hoffman in Barcelona he wanted to make one that changed colour, he was laughed at,” The Mirror reported. “But the 37-year-old Spaniard studied physics and engineering at university before deciding to become a cook, and has created the new ice cream, called ‘Xamaleon,’ meaning ‘chameleon.'”
The flavor makes for booming business in his ice cream parlor. It includes a myriad of all-natural ingredients, including strawberries, cocoa, almonds, banana, pistachio, vanilla and caramel. Thank you, Mr. Linares for a really cool, sweet treat!