Arizonians are in for a treat because the tasty Creamistry has started to operate in the state and it is eyeing further expansion.
Creamistry was founded in California back in 2013. It stands out from the rest of the crowd by offering customers a new kind of ice-cream that uses liquid nitrogen. Milk crystals are frozen by liquid nitrogen at -312 Fahrenheit and that makes the Creamistry’s desserts visually unique as well. The plan is to open more than 20 shops of the franchise in the next five years. Andre Wadsworth, the former Arizona Cardinal and the co-founder of Impact Church, and Ryan Zeleznak (real estate expert) have partnered up to reach this aim. One location has already opened at 7135 East Camelback and there are plans for spots throughout the state. Customers can start enjoying customized ice-creams daily from 11:30 am till 11:00 pm.
If you haven’t been to Creamistry yet I urge that you go there as soon as possible. There’s a whole fun process customers go through to get their treat. First customers have to decide the size or specialty. There’s a whole range to choose from such as waffle bowls, floats, shakes, etc. Then they have to select a base. The selections include Greek yogurt, non-dairy, vegan and gluten free options, organic, and a lot more. Then it is time for the flavors. The shop has more than 40 flavors to choose from. The last step is the kind of topping a person wants. Once everything is decided upon the contents are mixed with liquid nitrogen. The unique take on ice-cream making leads to a dessert that is visually pleasing and stimulating for the taste buds.
Going to Creamistry also means that you don’t have to eat ice-cream that has been staying in the freezer for who knows how long. Creamistry offers fresh ice-cream to customers.
So, go and visit Creamistry if you’re craving something sweet and delicious to eat.