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    • ISBN:9781845338152
    • Publication date:26 May 2014

The Icecreamists

Boutique ice creams and other guilty pleasures to make and enjoy at home

By Matt O'connor

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Feast on the fabulous and the frozen in the comfort of your kitchen with melt-in-the-mouth boutique ice creams, vice creams and other guilty pleasures.

Feast on the fabulous and the frozen in the comfort of your kitchen with melt-in-the-mouth boutique ice creams, vice creams and other guilty pleasures.

Infamous creators of the Sex Bomb and Baby Googoo - The Icecreamists are passionate about ice cream and the business of sin. Drawn to the mix of childhood fantasy and adult indulgence, The Icecreamists achieved instant notoriety with their breast milk ice-cream in 2009.

With a rich variety of both summer and winter treats, The Icecreamists are famous for their cutting-edge flavours and creations. This is where ice cream meets cocktails, with concoctions including the vodka-infused Miss
Whiplash and the Molotoffee Cocktail, as well as the devilish Toast Mortem.

The Icecreamists' closely-guarded recipes are revealed here for the first time in simple, easily lickable recipe formats so you can recreate the authentic experience at home.

Biographical Notes

Matt O'Connor launched a pop up store at Selfridges in September 2009. Since then The Icecreamists have gone on the make headlines by creating provocative boutique ice creams and cocktails for winter and summer.

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  • ISBN: 9781845339371
  • Publication date: 05 May 2014
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Mitchell Beazley
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