water snow

water snow

[′wȯd·ər ‚snō]
(hydrology)
Snow that, when melted, yields a more than average amount of water; thus, any snow with a high water content.
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Dessert is Nobu Halo Halo made with Fiji water snow, yuzu gelee, green tea crisps, adzuki bean, coconut sesame mochi, sweet condensed milk, and ube ice cream.
Although this is the first time such a snow line has been observed, the researchers believe that the phenomenon that made the observation possible - outbursts blasting the water snow line to about ten times its typical radius - may very well be a common occurrence. 
Around a Sun-like star, the water snow line would correspond approximately to the orbit of Jupiter and the CO snow line would roughly correspond to the orbit of Neptune.
In Manila, his rendition consists of Fiji Water Snow, Yuzu Gelee, Green Tea Crisps, Sweet Bean, Leche Flan, Freshly Made Mochi Rolled in Toasted Coconut and Sesame Seeds, Sweet Condensed Milk, Ube Ice Cream and a drizzling of Kuromitsu Syrup (dark Japanese molasses).