Creamistry Announces New Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream, A Fresh Spin on a Classic Treat
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Creamistry Announces New Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream, A Fresh Spin on a Classic Treat

Liquid nitrogen ice cream concept debuts a new fall offering made with real cinnamon rolls

FULLERTON, Calif., Sept. 21, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Creamistry, a California-based concept specializing in customizable made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream and other frozen treats, has launched a new Cinnamon Roll ice cream made with real cinnamon rolls and a sweet, brown sugar cinnamon ice cream base. It is now available for a limited time at all Creamistry locations.

"Our new Cinnamon Roll ice cream is made using freshly baked cinnamon rolls that our Creamologists bake and prepare in-house," said Marketing Director, Kenny Cho. "It's our fresh take on a classic, comforting treat that our customers will love throughout the fall season."

Customers can customize their Cinnamon Roll ice cream with their favorite mix-ins, toppings, and sauces, or have it blended into a creamy NitroShake, Creamistry's version of the classic milkshake prepared with their made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream. Like all their other frozen treats, Creamistry's Cinnamon Roll ice cream is prepared, mixed, and frozen to order using liquid nitrogen.

Here's how Creamistry works: Customers choose a portion size, then an ice cream base (Signature Premium, Vegan Coconut, Vegan Cashew, or Non-Dairy Sorbet) and one of 20+ flavors. Customers can further customize their order from a selection of premium toppings, mix-ins, and upgrades including candies, cookies and cereals, fresh fruit, sauces, made-to-order waffles, and freshly baked brownies. Each scoop is hand-crafted to order using liquid nitrogen, resulting in a rich and decadent ice cream experience. Other menu items include Creamistry Creations – signature combinations of premium ice cream, toppings, and sauces, NitroShakes, ice cream sandwiches, and affogatos, all customizable and made fresh to order.

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