There are plenty of creative vending machine variants emerging in the U.S. market, but a Beverly Hills cupcakery just revealed the sweetest one yet. In fact, it takes the cake.
Sprinkles, the famous L.A. based cupcake specialist, launched a 24-hour cupcake ATM to serve their customers desires around the clock.
PHOTO: Sprinkes/Facebook Page
The machine itself is most alluring with its bright-pink exterior and lavish cupcake stocked interior. It is continuously restocked with freshly baked cupcakes, mixes and doggie cupcake treats.
That's not all that is new from Sprinkles. Alongside its Cupcake ATM, it will be launching ist own ice-cream brand.
Our ice cream will be hand-crafted American ice cream using only the finest ingredients, staying in line with the Sprinkles philosophy. Scooped into crisp waffle cones, pressed between fluffy cupcake tops or piled high into sundaes topped with house made sauces and toppings, Sprinkles Ice Cream shop is a back to basics creamery with a Sprinkles twist! Sprinkles Ice Cream will also serve up freshly baked cookies and brownies! the company told the LAist.com.
Here are 5 Other Crazy Vending Machines from Around the World:
Live Lobster Vending Machine: It's called the Maine Lobster Game, and for just a few dollars customers can catch their own lobster dinner. Modeled after a claw machine the game can be quite a challenge. The game can generate income up to $2000 a week, according to the LobsterGame.com.
Used School-Girl Panties Vending Machine: While the machine was made illegal in Japan in 1993, many local travelers claim to still see them around, according to oddee.com. This particular machine was converted into a cigarette machine.
Tie Vending Machine: Going to a formal event and don't have a tie? Japan has a vending machine for that. They have ties for every occasion.
Egg vending Machine: Want fresh eggs for breakfast? In Japan you can get vending machines that stock eggs fresh from the farm.
Pizza Vending Machine: The machine known as Wonder Pizza, produces a 9 pizza fresh out the machine. It was developed by an Italian company over the course of 10 years.
PHOTO: Wonder Pizza