The Kanazawa Ice Burning Parfaits are Made with Non-Melting Ice Cream

 - Jan 24, 2018
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Last year, Kanazawa Ice popsicles were released as innovative, refreshing treats that won't melt and have the ability to hold up in the heat—even after three hours in a 104-degree room, the frozen treat will impressively retain its shape.

Now, the makers of Kanazawa Ice are introducing a soft serve cones and burning ice cream parfaits. The latter offering shows off the amazing properties of the non-melting ice cream alongside sprinkles, a cookie and a biscuit stick. As the ice cream burns, it is said to take on the rich flavors of a crème brulee.

The all-new soft serve cones and burning parfait desserts will be available from the Kanazawa Ice stores in Harajuku and Osaka, Japan.