This was long due! All the Unicorn Frappuccino haters were literally banging heads against the walls for a sweet dessert as dark as their souls.
*inserts heavy metal music*
I’d love to have a goth ice cream, cold and dark like my soul pic.twitter.com/gLRtb4833N
— ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤㅤ ㅤ (@caribbeangwdss) April 27, 2017
A shop in California, known as Little Damage Ice Cream Shop is the mastermind behind these charcoal black ice creams.
— TANAZEFTI AYMAN (@TANAZEFTIAYMAN) April 28, 2017
They launched these sweat treats in a fiery response to the pink and purple rainbow swirls of Starbuck’s Unicorn Frappuccino.
Social media has been bursting lately with their dark, goth-inspired, twisted ice creams, and people have simply forgotten about the unicorns. Fans of these goth ice creams are just as dark as their likings.
Imagine the full picture—people with tattooed arms, wearing dark lipsticks, reading depressing books with these jet black, charcoal flavored in their hands. What’s even better for this image is the cone. Little Damage even serves these ice creams in black cones!
Check out the latest video posted by Little Damage shop, which is welcoming eager customers in Los Angeles.
For the less tortured souls out there, Little Damage has a type which is served with colorful sprinkles to lift up that heavy cream beneath.
@johncusack I love the sprinkles goth ice cream – it’s the Cure in dessert form
— Christine (@vronaeron) April 27, 2017
There’s even an almond-charcoal flavored cone, which is made using activated charcoal. We know this sounds too dark to stomach, but reviews posted online are throwing quick approvals.
I did the thing.
This is definitely, hands down the best and most goth/metal ice cream from an… https://t.co/cXZ3T3Fhh2
— denise-o-potomus (@Deniseopotomus) April 14, 2017
For the softies, there’s a soft-serve topping to match their light moods. Other toppings are also available for the people who like more color in their life. Bad news for the people who love unicorns and heart shaped pillows, you guys better find something else. Besides, swirls of rainbows and sprinkles can be found in every block down the road.
As sick as these charcoal ice creams sound, this is actually not the first time they were created. Morgenstern’s began serving black ice cream in New York last year. It was called coco ash and was quite famous till last summer. The same type of goth ice cream exists in Japan as well. That too, for a couple of years.
— Viral Lay (@virallay) April 28, 2017
So, its decided for now. Goth ice cream is a thing. Because its Goth AF, and we bet you will definitely be waiting in line wanting it soon!