Industry News | March 26, 2015

Creamistry to Open Five New Locations

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Creamistry, a popular liquid nitrogen ice cream concept, announced its further expansion in the Southern California area with plans to open five new locations. Located in Beverly Hills, Mission Viejo, Rancho Cucamonga, and two in Costa Mesa, the new stores are expected to open throughout 2015.

Creamistry and its fresh, made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream offerings have taken Southern California by storm. Getting its start in late 2013, Creamistry has seen extraordinary success and is excited to broaden its presence in the Southern California area.

Additionally, Creamistry’s new Spring 2015 updated menu will excite coffee-loving customers as it features a new flavor: mocha. Handcrafting a scoop of ice cream created specifically for each individual order, customers will now be able to satisfy their coffee and ice cream cravings at the same time. Families will enjoy trying the new menu and seeing their order change from a delicious mixture to frozen ice cream within seconds thanks to Creamistry’s liquid nitrogen process.

In 2013 Creamistry opened its flagship store in Irvine, California, to rave reviews and throngs of enthusiastic customers. With its new take on a timeless classic, Creamistry uses liquid nitrogen to create an instant delicacy, making it literally one of the coolest new dessert concepts in Southern California.

Creamistry opened their latest location in Rowland Heights in late February and will be hosting a special media day April 25.

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