Bananas are anyway highly nutritional and delicious. What would you say if you can have bananas that taste like vanilla ice cream while being nutritious at the same time? The Blue Java is a blue banana that is very pleasing to the eye and to the taste buds at the same time. Even though this species of banana looks like it is photoshopped, it is not. It is very real and there are people who have tasted it.
The blue bananas are found in the eastern countries. Reportedly, the Blue Java banana originated from South East Asia. It then spread to Fiji, Hawaii, the Philippines, and Central America. It may be particularly difficult to find Blue Java in the Western world. The Blue Java is not the sole name allocated to this wonderful fruit. It is also known by other names such as ice cream banana in Hawaii, Hawaiian banana in Fiji, and Cenizo IN Central America.
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Blue Java has many health benefits. It is high in potassium and has a multitude of minerals, making it highly beneficial in terms of maintaining good health. And if you looking for a way to lose weight without having to work out, this Blue Java might just be your new best friend since it helps weight loss. Also, Blue Java would actually work perfectly with low-fat ice-cream.
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The Blue Java seems really made up, doesn’t it? It all looks like some kind of a fancy fruit someone made up for a fairy tale movie. This is why vegan vlogger Grant Campbell, a.k.a. Raw Aussie Athlete on YouTube decided to test it himself. He filmed his own reaction when he first tried the “ice cream banana.”
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This is what he said when he first tasted the vanilla ice cream flavored banana:
“Party in my mouth. So good. Unbelievable. You’ve got to wait until these suckers are so soft that you’re ready to throw them away and then eat them – that’s the time to eat them.”
Campbell was not the only one to try this banana. Another YouTuber called LadyFlower tasted the blue banana and said, that it has a “very creamy taste” and a “much milder flavor” than regular bananas.
So, what do you think? Would you try this banana if you are given the chance?