"Hawaiian Honey Cones by Hokkaido Ice Cream: Why there was an ice cream display in the middle of the largest tech conference in the world is still a mystery, but the product is innovative and surely involved some sort of tech to create. And no one was complaining it was there.

The Hawaiian Honey Cone by Hokkaido Ice Cream capitalizes on the idea that the last bite of the ice cream cone is always the best, each morsel a mouthful of both cone and ice cream. They’ve taken that bite and turned it 12 inches long. The honey cone is filled with ice cream and curved upwards so the customer does not spill. The cones were sold for $8 at CES."


Anthony Kim