This Parlor Serves Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream


Watching a movie and eating ice cream late at night can always get a little sticky. The lights are off and you're fully immersed in whatever blockbuster Redbox has to offer. The only problem is, you're so wrapped up in the movie, you spill a scoop of ice cream and make an even bigger mess trying to find it.

Solution: Neon Ice Cream.


196 Below, a Melbourne-based ice creamery, has created a new line of ice cream flavors that are sure to make them stand out. Using a form of UV-reactive liquid coloring, the ice cream takes on a florescent appearance. Currently, the flavors available are line-lime, raspberry-redskin and mango-passionfruit.

It should also be noted that 196 Below is known for making their ice cream with liquid nitrogen. Between that and the neon coloring, ice cream sure has come a long way from churning milk in a barrel.

The idea behind the glowing ice cream came to co-owner, Steve Felice, when reminiscing about his glow-in-the-dark raver days.