The ice cream company has a new product in the works, and it’s called “Green Mountain Snow.”
The ice cream is supposed to be the result of a research project at Mount St. Helens National Park in Washington state, which found that when the air temperature falls below the freezing point of water, the ice crystals form a snowflake structure, and when temperatures rise above the freezing-point, they melt.
The company says it uses only a fraction of the energy that it uses to make ice cream, and uses natural minerals to create the snow.
The company is also promising that the powder is more durable than the usual plastic ice cream cones that have been around for decades.
But for now, I’m stuck with this one.
The brand is calling it the “green mountain” product, and I’m not sure if that’s true or not.
The mountain snow is supposed for use in “green-foodies,” but the company has no way to prove that this is actually a product for that purpose.
It’s just a wordplay.
I did try it, but it’s not exactly like what I’d expect.
After the initial splash of water and ice, it’s just frozen water with a bit of powder, with a little bit of a cream flavor.
I’m not entirely sure what kind of flavor that would be, but I suppose it would be something with a hint of green and maybe some green food coloring.
I guess I could probably eat this out of the ice cream cone, too.
This is an updated version of a story originally published on September 10, 2018.