Using premium ingredients, including Straus cream, with organic and non-GMOÂ soy options, Creamistry’s creations are only limited by the customer’s imagination, theÂ flavor combinations are endless. For those who can’t decide, there will be more than 35Â signature flavors to choose from, including: birthday cake, chocolate hazelnut, cookieÂ butter, pistachio and an array of Asian-inspired flavors such as Thai tea, black sesameÂ and Matcha green tea.
Creamistry Bristol will be located in the same plaza as other highly anticipatedÂ eateries such as The Halal Guys, Capital Noodle Bar, Duke Bakery and longtime favoriteÂ Japanese BBQ eatery Anjin. Creamistry Bristol is going to be in great company with an amazing collection ofÂ other noteworthy dining concepts, said Jay Yim, who founded Creamistry in 2013 alongÂ with his wife, Katie.
In addition to fresh-made ice cream, milkshakes will also be available, along withÂ ice cream cookie sandwiches. Customers can choose any flavor of ice cream that canÂ be stuffed in a variety of cookies, including chocolate chip, macadamia and sugar.
Yim first encountered the concept of liquid nitrogen ice cream in Korea nearly aÂ decade ago. It blew my mind, said Yim, whose family has been in the bakery and sweetsÂ business for generations. I had never seen ice cream that was freshly prepared and ofÂ course, there’s that cool factor with the cloud of liquid nitrogen smoke. Yim and his wife Katie spent the next two years experimenting with recipes forÂ nearly 50 different flavors. We’re really excited to open our first real L.A. location.
Creamistry can also bring its ice cream-making alchemy straight to privateÂ parties and special events with its mobile cart for fresh, made-to-order treats sure toÂ delight and entertain guests.
3033 Bristol St. Ste F Costa Mesa
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