You need to try liquid nitrogen ice cream at this new pop-up in Cape Town

Good news, ice cream lovers: NitroCreamy will be whipping up their famous liquid nitrogen-churned ice cream at their new pop-up at Wembley Square Gardens in Cape Town.

The small pop-up store opened on Monday 12 January and offers four unique flavours of ice cream made in front of your eyes by NitroCreamy owner David Stone. The flavours will vary over time, but this week they are serving Karoo dates, mango sorbet, Ferrero Rocher, and rose ice cream with edible flowers (pansies handpicked from the Oranjezicht City Farm). The ice cream is served in a small tub and costs R30.

Ferrero Rocher gelato from NitroCreamy

Ferrero Rocher gelato from NitroCreamy

The NitroCreamy team usually trades at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market on Saturdays and is well known for their unique method of using liquid nitrogen as a primary freezing agent. The liquid nitrogen, which evaporates during the churning process, freezes the ice cream on the spot to create a smooth, creamy texture composed of extra-small ice crystals.

The pop-up shop will be trading at Wembley Square Gardens from Monday to Friday up until April 2015. The opening hours are 11.30am to 5.30pm.

Visit their Facebook page for more information.

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