I ate some ice cream and will now try to review it
More specifically it's a so-called Fizz Cup by Ahoi-Brause.
Unfortunately I can't tell you the price of a package including two cups since my mom brought it from the supermarket and didn't remember the costs. She said it was something around 3€, although that might have been made up to make clear that we can't always have fizz cups because of their high price.
The package was open after I opened it.
Anyway, since this is supposed to be a food review I guess I'll have to describe the taste now. According to the package, the cups have a woodruff taste at the top and a raspberry taste at the bottom. To be honest I tasted neither of these things. I slightly felt the taste of the lemon flavor on top of the woodruff though with my gourmet tounge.
Bird view onto the Fizz Cup.
So if you're looking for a fruity ice cream, the fizz cups are not for you. If however you are in search of a sour ice cream you'll be delighted to hear that the fizz cups are exactly that. My dad only had a little spoon of it because any more would have made him "jumping through the garden doing somersaults" according to himself.
A side effect my dad worried about (Caution: For legal reasons this is neither our garden nor my dad)
However, having dared a brave self-test I can reveal that fizz cups don't make an average human jumping through the garden doing somersaults. Not even eating the little balls on top of the ice cream, which are pure effervescent powder, has that effect.
Unlike the Ahoi-Brause effervescent powder for drinks, which for some reason isn't sour anymore, Fizz Cups are sour and I liked them as much as listening to Eddie Rabbitt's "I Love A Rainy Night" in a rainy summer night. Which is quite a lot.
Thanks for reading, and no, I sadly can't give you back the braincells you might have lost during the process of doing so.