Although the gelato isn’t tuna or mackerel-flavored — the fruit and Oreo gelato is formed into various maki and sashimi shapes. See how it’s done below.
via mental floss
When ordinary flowers won’t do, there’s now Gelato Flowers. Brought to us by i Creamery in Sydney, Australia — the flowers are made possible by layering colorful gelato over and over again on to a cone.
The best part, is that they may last even longer than real roses. Just try not to admire it too much, or you’ll have a colorful trail running down your arm.