Creamistry to serve up free ice cream at Jan. 13 opening

Creamistry, the original liquid-nitrogen ice cream shop, will be holding its grand opening event Friday, Jan. 13 in Torrey Highlands Village Center. Creamistry is located right off SR-56 and Camino Del Sur, in the same plaza as Peet’s Coffee and the new Vons.

The doors will open at 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 13 and free ice cream will be offered from 4-6 p.m. Guests who join in on the fun on Instagram and Facebook using the hastag #CreamistryCarmelValley will be entered to win free ice cream for a year.

Made with an almost futuristic process that is a blend of art and science, Creamistry handcrafts customizable ice cream right in front of the customer using fresh, premium ingredients and a blast of liquid nitrogen.

With four bases and more than 70 flavors and toppings to choose from, the combinations are endless. The signature Creamistry milk blend is all natural, creamy and rich but they also have organic and coconut vegan, non-dairy options. Mix-in flavors include cereals, coffee and teas, cookies and cakes, nuts and classics like Madagascar vanilla, sea salt caramel. Toppings include candies, fruits, nuts and sauces. Specialty items such as milkshakes, floats and affogatos are also available.

Creamistry first opened its doors in 2013 in Irvine and is expected to boast 30 locations throughout the country by the end of the year.

“Being an avid lover of desserts, I am excited to introduce this unique concept to the Carmel Valley community,” said franchisee Saumira Poorsaleh. “I was hooked after my first experience and with having delicious vegan and organic options catering to all diets, I know that all residents of Carmel Valley will be hooked by this wonderful concept as well.”

Creamistry is located at 7825 Highlands Village Place Suite E104. Visit Creamistry.com for more information.

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