Possibly The Weirdest, Coolest Dessert You’ve Ever Seen: The “Raindrop Cake.”

The jiggly treat, created by New Yorker Darren Wong, is made from mineral water and agar (a gelatin-like substance made from algae).

It was inspired by a Japanese viral food sensation in 2014.

Side note, how badly do you want to poke it?

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While it looks like it could easily pop, “raindrop cakes” can actually be sliced up like jello. But you have to eat it fast — it will melt into a puddle after a half hour at room temperature.

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I know your’e wondering how does its taste right?

But what does it taste like, you're probably wondering?

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“It tastes like eating a giant raindrop, duh!” Wong said.

The “cake” tastes mild — pretty much like water — but can be topped with roasted soybean flour and brown sugar syrup for flavor. It is vegan and contains zero calories.

“They looked like a really cool and fun food experience,” Wong said. “When I discovered you couldn’t get them in the U.S., I went to work in making it myself.”

"They looked like a really cool and fun food experience," Wong said. "When I discovered you couldn't get them in the U.S., I went to work in making it myself."

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And it wasn’t so easy. Wong spent a lot of time on cooking forums to get an idea of what was likely to work and then experimented with a ton of different gelatins and agars.

“The hardest was trying to figure out how to store and transport something so fragile,” Wong said. “That entails packaging each individual cake separately in its own protective cocoon until it’s ready to be served.”

The Raindrop cakes are now available Smorgasburg in Brooklyn for $8, and while people are lining up in droves to eat for the ‘Gram, reviews so far have been mixed.

 

Raindrop cakes are now available Smorgasburg in Brooklyn for $8, and while people are lining up in droves to eat for the 'Gram, reviews so far have been mixed.

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It seems much cooler to look at than to taste lol. Would you guys spend $8 for the rain drop cake? YOLO! Lol