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World's Largest Ice Cream Cone Is 13 Feet Tall

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That's more than twice the height of this writer

The Euro Cup may have spawned the world's largest lasagna, but given the high temperatures and long summer days, we think the world's largest ice cream cone is more appropriate for the occasion.

So of course, English chef Heston Blumenthal decided to build the world's largest ice cream cone, rising 13 feet in the air.

This past weekend, MSNBC reports, Blumenthal set up shop in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England, creating a top scoop that weighed nearly a literal ton. Apparently the top scoop was frozen for a month, and was so heavy they used a fork lift to top off the ice cream cone.

Then, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce were put inside "cannon-like instruments," where assistants tried to catapult them onto the ice cream. Sadly, "most of it failed to stick," probably because the ice cream was so rock solid.

Blumenthal's creation has yet to be confirmed by Guinness, but the last ice cream cone record was only 9 feet tall, from 2011. But we're not that impressed, Blumenthal. Next time, scoop them into petals like gelato flowers, and add more sprinkles.

Jessica Chou is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @jesschou.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Chef attempts to create world's biggest ice cream cone

Here's something to cool you off: England’s experimental chef Heston Blumenthal recently unveiled his latest masterpiece -- a 13-foot ice cream cone.

The massive treat was presented this weekend in Gloucester, in the southwest region of England. Crowds arrived to catch a glimpse of it and get a taste. Samples were handed out to the masses from workers who carved ice cream off the top while standing on scaffolding attached to a crane.

The top scoop weighed nearly a ton and took an entire month to freeze and was so large it had to be moved onto the cone using a fork lift. Once it was in place, rainbow sprinkles and strawberry sauce was arranged inside cannon-like instruments around the outside of the cone. Assistants attempted to catapult the toppings onto the ice cream, though most of it failed to stick. They were able to place a bar made of thinly folded milk chocolate.

Arriving at the event in a vintage ice cream truck, Heston told the U.K.’s Daily Mail that she wanted to "smash" the existing record.

The stunt was filmed for Heston’s TV show, “Heston’s Big Idea." Heston is known for creating bacon and egg ice cream in his restaurant The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, which boasts three Michelin stars and was voted the best restaurant in the world in 2005 by Restaurant magazine.

The ice cream was donated by Wall’s, a popular manufacturer of ice cream in the U.K. responsible for the creation of popular brands like Magnum and Cornetto.

Whether the cone is record-breaking has yet to be officially confirmed. According to Guinness World Records, the largest ice cream cone to date was constructed by Italians Mirco Della Vecchia and Andrea Andrighetti in 2011. It measured over 9 feet in height - 4 feet shorter than Heston’s.


Watch the video: Tallest Ice Cream Cone - Guinness World Records (June 2022).


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