If you're a fan of spicy things and also have a bit of a sweet tooth, then maybe you'd like to try the most dangerous ice cream known to man!
The Aldwych Café in Glasgow is now selling an ice cream flavour called Respiro Del Diavolo, which translates to Breath Of The Devil and it's not for the faint of heart.
You have to be 18 years or older to order the ice cream and before you drop your cash o a cone, you need to sign a legal waiver that confirms that you know the dangers of eating such an insane dessert.
The waiver explains that Breathe Of The Devil carries "a risk of personal injury, illness and possible loss of life" and the servers have to wear study gloves just to serve it to you!
It's 500 times hotter than Tobasco sauce and we have no idea how this was even able to be made!
Lee Bandoni, whose brother Martin owns the café, told The Metro that the ice cream was actually made overseas.
"It started in Italy.
"There was a place called Devil's Bridge and with that, the Italian ice cream families used to meet up once a year and discuss how the year went for them.
"At that point, if there were any men that showed bravery, then they would eat this ice cream.
"So, because of the Devil's Bridge, they called this the Breath Of The Devil.
"Every year it still happens over there and this year when Martin was away earlier in the month, he brought back the idea that was passed down to him."
The recipe is top secret and Martin's own children won't know how to make it until they travel to Italy and experience the Devil's Bridge themselves!
The café decided to start selling the ice cream because Valentine's Day is coming up and they thought it would make a great dessert for couples on a date.
"A lot of Italian guys go and have a romantic evening with their girlfriends or wives and they will have some this ice cream because it is a well-known fact that chilli is an aphrodisiac and it is nice with a glass of wine bubbling in your mouth."
Lee said that it took some time before they were allowed to sell the dessert, but the standards agency said that as long as they provided a document explaining the dangers of the ice cream to customers, they could sell it.
Would you try this ice cream?!