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Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Concept Cooks Up More Locations

It's coming to Carmel Valley and La Jolla

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Come summer, San Diego will have more options for cooling frozen treats; we've learned that there are more outposts of Creamistry planned beyond the location in construction on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard.

The concept uses liquid nitrogen to freeze an ice cream base — either the signature Creamistry milk blend, an 100% organic, GMO-free version or a vegan coconut variation. The ice cream can be flavored with everything from cookie butter and roasted black sesame to fresh banana, Thai tea and pistachio, then topped with candy, cookies and sauces and enjoyed in milkshakes or brownie and waffle bowls.

Multi-unit franchisee Saumira Poorsaleh tells Eater that she's opening a Creamistry in Carmel Valley in the Torrey Highlands Village Center that due in mid-August and is working on securing another location in downtown La Jolla that will launch soon afterwards, with more dessert shops to follow.

Creamistry

7825 Highlands Village Pl e104, San Diego, CA 92129, USA

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