JC Co Air Kitchen in Kaohsiung, Taiwan successfully created puppy shaped desserts.
JC Co Air Kitchen is a cafe in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. One look at their Facebook image feed and one can understand how this place will be an Instagrammer’s dream come true. Their quirky decor can be documented from different angles to be part of the Insta stories for weeks. But the latest viral trend that originated in their kitchen is the ice creams shaped to look like dogs.
According to BBC, these desserts take up to five hours to make. They come in three flavours and three different shapes. If you are in the mood for some chocolate, you will get the pug shaped ice cream, you will get a Shar Pei for the comforting flavour of peanut butter, and if feeling a little experimental to try earl-grey flavoured ice cream, you will be handed a labrador shaped ice cream.
According to Strait Times, these desserts cost between NT$110 to NT$188 (approximately Rs. 250 to Rs. 400). The cafe creates only 100 of these gelato delicacies and because of the popularity is now struggling to meet the demand.
This is not the first time this cafe created something canine-like. They also made the paw-sicles we mentioned above. They looked far creative and utterly hygienic than what Nick Wilde the fox whipped up in Zootopia.