At Prohibition Creamery in Austin, Texas, you can get jet black ice cream served atop an equally as black waffle cone. The bewitching treat, called "Black Magic" ice cream, is at the shop for a limited run to celebrate Halloween.
We make it all from scratch and end up with a beautiful jet-black ice cream for Halloween.
—Laura Aidan, owner of Prohibition Creamery
The mad scientist behind the "Black Magic" ice cream is Laura Aidan, the owner of Prohibition Creamery. She came up with the concoction specifically for Halloween.
Activated coconut charcoal is used in the recipe to give it that nice, dark color.
Aiden also added a vanilla liqueur called Creme de Cacao a la Vanille to make it boozy, something Prohibition Creamery specializes in.
People have been getting punny with the name of the ice cream.
Circa visited Prohibition Creamery a few months ago to learn about the science behind alcoholic ice cream.