MY Auntie MAKES THE BEST CREAM SODA TREAT AND THIS IS HOW! She puts in cream with vanilla ice cream into a cup (don't need cream) she also adds chocolates like malteses and minstrels then pour cream soda into thee cup ice cream/ cream should float to top add umbrellas etc or you can just look up desserts up in a cookbook and then you can even learn a recipe
The ice cream soda was invented by Robert M. Green in Philadelphia, PA, in 1874 during the sesquicentennial celebration. The traditional story is that, on a particularly hot day, Mr. Green ran out of ice for the flavored sodas he was selling and used vanilla ice cream from a neighboring vendor to keep his sodas cold. His own account, published in Soda Fountain magazine in 1910, states that while operating a soda fountain at the…
The word 'soda' is a noun (a word for a thing) modified by the compound noun 'ice cream'. When a noun is used to describe another noun, it's called an attributive noun (or noun adjunct). The term 'ice cream soda' is a noun phrase, a group of words consisting of a noun (soda) and all of its modifiers (ice cream).
The ice melts as fast-moving particles in the liquid (soda/coffee) slam into the slow-moving ice particles. As in any collision, some of the energy is transferred to the ice particle, and with its new energy it can break out of the crystal and flow as a liquid water molecule. Carbonated soda is full of CO2, which bangs actively against the ice to free up the particles.