Liquid Nitrogen to Customize Ice Cream Creations in New College Station Creamery

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Sub Zero, opening its 12th store in Texas in College Station’s Century Square development at University & South College, uses the freezing power of liquid nitrogen to customize ice cream creations right at the counter.

Customers select the flavor and mix-ins of their choice, which are added to a bowl of fresh cream and then frozen in moments with the use of liquid nitrogen. In addition to dozens of popular recipe ice cream combinations, the menu also includes shakes, smoothies and ice cream pies.

“There is a strong market for customizable food and we feel strongly that Sub Zero’s patented ice cream experience will be wildly popular in the Bryan-College Station area,” said Salima Gheewalla, Sub Zero owner.

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