5-tonnes of ice-cream made by Iranian Choopan dairy is displayed during a ceremony at the Tochal mountainous area of northern Tehran, Iran.
An Iranian confectioner has made five tons of ice cream in hopes of setting a new world record for the largest tub of the dessert.
The production drew hundreds of eager spectators to a ceremony north of the capital to taste the chocolate ice cream, which measured 1.6-metres by two metres and which producers say cost over $30,000 to make.
Board Member Mohammad Baheri of Choopan Dairy said the company aimed to register a new Guinness World Record and also boost Iranian ice cream consumption.
A Guinness World Records representative visited the tub, he added.
Iranians eat an average 1.5 kilograms of ice cream per year.
The current record belongs to U.S. producer Baskin-Robbins, which made an 4,021 kg tub in 2005.