Blog: No neigh never…

Catherine Sleep | 2 July 2004

…no neigh never no more. Quirky flavours are the darling of today’s food industry innovators, and indeed we’ll soon be publishing a feature on that very subject. But in the meantime, what do we think about, wait for it, horse-flavoured ice cream?

Japan Cool recently launched this delicacy to a mixed response. They’re serious too: not for them mere ‘horse-flavoured essence’, oh no. Their Raw Horseflesh Ice Cream (Basashi Aisu) contains succelent chunks of horse meat. And if you’re not tempted by that, how about some Yagi Aisu? That’s Goat Ice Cream, in case you’re wondering. There are also Squid, Octopus and Ox Tongue varieties, should you be feeling adventurous.

The wonderful world of Japanese ice cream


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