Charcoal ice cream topped with cobwebs and meringue ghosts is coming to London for Halloween
If you’re looking for the most Instagrammable Halloween treat for your feed, the search is over.
Ice cream parlour Four Winters and bakers the Meringue Girls have collaborated to create a limited edition charcoal chocolate liquid nitrogen ice cream.
Dark Serve is blended with crushed cookies and popping candy, and can be topped up with handmade toffee apple and meringues, as well as a sprinkling of cookies.
The serve is finished with sticky icky cobweb floss and shards of chunky black glitter. Nice.
Oh and if you’re all about the gore? You can top it all off with a splatter of blood-red raspberry sauce. You can pick between a handmade cone at £6.90 and a cup for £5.95.
Charcoal ice cream is by no means the newest food trend to have hit the UK.
From freakshakes, rainbow food to Buddha Bowls, there’s a never ending roster of food trends that have graced our social media feeds (Only time will tell whether they’ll be blamed for why millennials cant fork out for our own place *coughs*).
And it’s certainly not the first time Four Winters and Meringue Girls have collaborated together – they’ve collaborated before on the Mermaid Mashup.
Customers can enjoy watching their ice-cream being freshly made by flash freezing ice cream in front of their eyes using liquid nitrogen at Four Winters’ open kitchen.
But don’t delay – if you want to spice up your Instagram, head to any of the three Four Winters London parlours in Soho, South Kensington or Notting Hill where this concoction will be available till the 31 October.