Neon ice cream is a party in your mouth

Feb 27, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Have you ever been chowing down on a pint of Häagen-Dazs but found yourself bored out of your mind by its flat, commonplace appearance?

Have you spilled one too many scoops in the darkness of your Gilmore Girls binge-watching blanket fort and lived to rue the carpet stains the next day?

Are you never quite sure what food you should serve at your next underground rave?

If so, your life is about to get wayyyy better thanks to 196 Below.


Australian company 196 Below just released a line of neon ice cream in three fruity flavors, all of which use UV-reactive liquid coloring to glow in the dark.

Not only does it glow, but in an equally futuristic bent, it's frozen using liquid nitrogen. And, just for bragging rights, the ice cream is also vegan and preservative-free. Gilding the lily? Yes. But that's what makes us want to get our hands on it all the more.

There are three flavors currently available: Pine Line, Mango Passionfruit and Raspberry.

Now here's hoping that this space-age snack makes its way to the good ol' U.S. of A., like now. Barring that, who's down for an Australian vacay?

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