National Ice Cream Month is nearly over (sob), so let’s end it on a high with these droolworthy creations 🍦🍧

This is the most incred rainbow ice cream we’ve locked eyes on. Dreamy! Check out Cloud 9 in Brighton for your colour-filled fix.

We need to get to The North Pole Cafe in Jakarta Utara, pronto. Book us a flight! The cafe serves vanilla ice cream decorated with cornflakes and chocolate chips to recreate Pikachu’s adorable little face – what could be better? It’s the perfect companion to keep us cool while we go on the hunt for Pokémon: any excuse…

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Yes, freakshakes are now a thing and you can sample one at Molly Bakes in London’s Dalston. FYI, they’re a mixture of ice cream and milkshake, loaded with toppings of your choice, from doughnuts and strawberries to marshmallows and pretzels.

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Now this is how the Koreans eat ice cream. Fellow gelato lovers, eat your heart out when in Seoul. There’s enough whippy delight here to keep you going for at least 30 seconds. Yum!

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Looking for an Insta snap-worthy dessert? i-Creamy Artisan Gelato in Sydney is where it’s at, in all its blooming glory…

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An ice cream and cookie sandwich with all the sprinkles we could ever wish for? Yes, please. Forget Venice Beach: Sprinkles Ice Cream Shop will be the first stop-off we make when we hit LA this summer.

Fan of all-black everything? Well, now you can have the ice cream to match at Morgenstern’s in New York. Like us, you’re probably wondering what it’s made from. The answer is a blend of coconut flakes, coconut cream and coconut milk, with the addition of a touch of coconut ash – the charred remains of a coconut shell – to give it its black colouring.