David Marx, food scientist and found of The Science Kitchen in Berlin, has elevated ice pops into an art form with a new molecular design. The new KYL21 ice pop line is more than just visually appealing; it’s also vegan and lactose-free, so even those with strict diet regiments or food allergies can enjoy them.
Marx has taken an equally painstaking focus on the aesthetic as he has for the recipe; the ice pops are a visual indulgence, featuring complex, multifaceted, geometric designs. These are certainly the most futuristic popsicles I’ve ever laid my eyes on. If you ever find yourself in Germany, make sure to give your taste buds (and eyeballs) a treat with the KYL21 molecular ice pops!
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