Just in time for warmer weather, Southern California-based ice cream shop Sweet Cup has introduced a new colorful creation: the rainbow ice cream taco. Offering a sweet spin on the traditional taco, this tasty treat is a perfect way to celebrate summer. Each frosty dessert features a waffle cone shell, an ice cream filling, and an assortment of trendy toppings. While these components can also be found in a conventional ice cream cone, the tacos take each to the next level.
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