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    Cauldron Ice Cream to Open First Texas Location

  • Industry News February 25, 2019
    Cauldron Ice Cream
    The new store will open its doors at its first Texas location on Saturday, March 2.

    Cauldron Ice Cream, the California-based scoop shop known for its made-to-order nitrogen ice cream, innovative flavors, and viral OG Puffle Cone, will open doors at its first Texas location on Saturday, March 2, in Dallas (3001 Knox Street #103). The new location will host a grand opening celebration from 3 – 10 p.m., offering exclusive Cauldron Ice Cream merchandise and giveaways to the first 100 people in line. The newly launched ‘Fluffypuff,’ a Japanese fluffy pancake ice cream sandwich, will also be available at the new store.

    "The quality, taste, and unforgettable customer experience that Cauldron Ice Cream offers is unlike anything we have seen or experienced in Dallas,” says franchisee Sonya Ali. “As a foodie haven, Dallas is the perfect location for this first scoop shop. We’re excited to expand and bring our passion for unique, creative flavors to the rest of the Lone Star State.” 

    The Dallas location is the first to open in the Texas area under Cauldron Dallas Group, a franchise collective. The group is exploring prospective locations for the second Cauldron Ice Cream store to open in the greater Dallas area by the end of the year, with plans to open a total of five locations in the next two years. 

    Despite only joining the scene in 2015, Cauldron Ice Cream quickly made a splash in the media with features in Cosmopolitan, People Magazine, Food Network, and more for its creative flavor offerings and unique presentation. The concept’s small batch flavors include a mixture of unique mainstays, like Earl Grey Lavender, Milk and Cereal, and H20 Rose, while also offering seasonally rotating flavors to keep the menu fresh and intriguing. The ice cream is served as traditional or rose-shaped scoops in Cauldron Ice Cream’s signature OG Puffle Cone, an egg-based waffle cone inspired by a popular Hong Kong street snack.

    Cauldron Ice Cream currently operates locations in Santa Ana, Artesia, Glendale, Pasadena, Temple City, Chino Hills and Irvine, with more than 20 units coming to Canada, Texas, and California.

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