There's nothing more sultry than digging into a pint of Karamel Sutra Core -- whether your primal urges lead you to the center of velvety soft caramel, or directly to the fudge chips surrounded by chocolate and caramel ice cream, you’ll be in total control of your own ice cream destiny.
But to make sure things don't become mundane and routine over time, we have some tips -- and new positions -- to add some spice into your Karamel Sutra-eating experience. We know some of these may feel strange at first, but start slow, and we promise that you'll never want to let your pint go.
1. The Elbow Stand:
Seated at the kitchen table with your elbows on the table
For those who are a little hesitant to try something new, start out slow in your natural environment by eating at the kitchen table. But to add some excitement into the mix, get those elbows on the table and experience increased power while spooning... into your ice cream.
2. The Reclining Lotus:
Lounging on the couch with your feet on the coffee table
Maximize your comfort. Relaxing on the couch will let you concentrate on getting that perfect ratio of gooey caramel and ice cream on your spoon as you eat, and having your feet on the coffee table (we won't tell) will only increase the excitement during your eating experience.
3. The Zen Pause:
Sitting on the kitchen floor holding the ice cream in your dominant hand, and your spoon in your less-dominant hand
This position is not for the faint of heart. Forget the table and enjoy a new perspective on the floor, and see how easy it is now to dig into the chocolate and caramel ice cream, and caramel core using your less-dominant hand.
4. The Visitor:
Leaning against a wall at a party
We know, it's a little weird to do it in public, but you'll enjoy your Karamel Sutra even more when all your friends are gawking over you swirling your spoon between the fudge chips and around that soft caramel core. But be warned: some friends may want to join in.
5. The Waterfall:
Standing in the shower
Just kidding, don't do this. Your ice cream will get wet and melt quickly if the water is too steamy. Not that we know from experience or anything...