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Still Waters

Bird-flavoured ice cream hits stores in Japan

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We've seen some odd flavours of ice cream recently.

A few months ago Femail reported one Tokyo restaurant was serving a menu seasoned with fresh dirt.

And now, Kobe's Torimi (Bird) Cafe is serving a line of three ice creams modelled on breeds of small bird - java sparrow, parakeet and cockatiel.

http://www.dailymail...ores-Japan.html

http://en.rocketnews...el-and-sparrow/

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Ashotep

At first I was thinking this sounds gross, thinking about a little budgie being in my ice cream. I take it that there really isn't a bird in your ice cream so I would try it.

Edited by Hilander

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s33ker

I'd rather eat vomit flavoured ice-cream.

On second thought, no , no I wouldn't,

I'll have a java sparrow please!

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Ryu

Umm..how would anyone know what they taste like since they ALL taste like chicken anyways?

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Simbi Laveau

It's not real bird. The flavors are modeled more on their surroundings and foods. Think clover honey and seeds .

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xYlvax

I'm glad I don't care for ice cream.

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Gary Meadows

Mmmmmm bird..

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little_dreamer

It could have been bird crap flavour, that would be worse. :unsure:

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Abramelin

It's not real bird. The flavors are modeled more on their surroundings and foods. Think clover honey and seeds .

I am already glad at least one person here actually read (and understood) the article.

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