Thanks to physics, the world is closer to ice cream that changes colors as its consumed. The trick? Physicist-turned-ice-ream-guru Manual Linares says the color transformations are due to differing acidic climates in the mouth and temperature change. Naturally the exact mechanism is patent-pending so that’s all he is saying. Frankly, though, the product speaks for itself: The fruity-flavored ice cream begins a blue-periwinkle hue and morphs through purples to bright pinks.
(Image credit: Diari de Girona)
Read more at IFLScience where they have a neat time-lapse photo collage of the ice-cream’s color change.
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