I noticed that ice cream melts faster in a glass or ceramic bowl than when I put it in a plastic bowl.
So I got curious and did a little testing. It seems that ice cream melts faster to slower in this order:
Stainless – Glass/Ceramic – paper – plastic.
I’m no scientist and this “test” was not strictly controlled so I might be wrong.
But is there a scientific reason why frozen dairy milk melts faster when it’s contacted to certain materials?