Häagen-Dazs Japan Uncorks Wine Ice Cream Dessert
What if you are desperately itching to get drunk but also wanting to chow down on a bowl of refreshing ice cream? You can't just pour a bunch of booze into a half-eaten pint, as that would be absolutely disgusting. No, it looks like you'll have to travel to Japan to taste what Häagen-Dazs has just brought to the table.
Häagen-Dazs Japan has just unveiled a booze-flavored ice cream dessert. The treat, called Antoinette, is made from "high-grade red wine" from Bordeaux, France. It also features a layer of plain frozen custard and, due to its cake-loving namesake, a pillowy layer of sponge cake.
It sounds pretty good, right? Now the bad news. This ice cream concoction features a paltry 0.6 percent alcohol. You'll have to eat 20 of these to even get a buzz on! Looks like it's back to pouring booze into half-eaten pints.