Smokey 007 is Chef Wayne Moncur’s demented twist on a delightful Halloween treat
They say it’s ice cream — but I’ve never seen it that shade of gray before. To top it off — it’s crawling with worms (gummy of course), chockfull of graveyard dirt (crushed Oreo cookies) torched, gooey marshmallows, and shocker of all shockers roasted coconut husk in the waffle cone.
Not surprisingly, this concoction known as Smokey 007 is Chef Wayne Moncur’s ode to the Halloween season. No matter what is in it, it all adds up to edible deliciousness.
At first lick of the gray colored treat, and realize coconut and chocolate are the predominant flavors, balanced out by gooey marshmallows for a treat reminiscent of Rocky Road ice cream.
And actually long after my last lick of cream and cone was gone, surprisingly I was shocked to find that I still had residual experiences from this treat due to a crunching affect in my teeth from the coconut husk.
Smokey 007 is definitely worth a trip to Sun & Ice in the Coral Towers at Atlantis.
But there’s a dateline on the availability of this creamy Halloween inspired spooky decadence. You will only be able to sink your fangs into coconut ash, black chocolate cake, Oreos, marshmallows, coconut flakes, puffed rice, gummy worms served in a black waffle cone (or cup if that’s your preference) that comprise this twisted ice cream treat through the bewitching date of October 31 between 11:30 a.m. and 11 p.m.