NEW SPRING FLAVORS AVAILABLE MARCH 6TH - JUNE 4TH

January Flavors


January, a time for new beginnings and a time to reset, 

and focus on nourishing our bodies. Every January we look forward to creating three alternatively-sweetened ice creams that are oh-so-creamy and satisfying. This year we are welcoming back two of our most beloved coconut sugar and maple syrup sweetened flavors: Superbutter Blondie and Tococcino. We are also delighted to introduce a new flavor, Chaga Chai, sweetened by dates, coconut sugar, and maple syrup. Welcome to a month of mindful decadence.

 

 

Chaga Chai: We imagined dunking a cookie into a steaming cup of chai tea on a cold winter day when dreaming up this flavor. Our coconut and oat milk base is infused with chaga chai tea and sweetened with dates, coconut sugar, and maple syrup. Made with chaga mushrooms, cinnamon, sunroot, ginger, and cardamom, this tea creates a perfectly spiced ice cream that both warms and nourishes the soul. Swirls of crisp barely-sweet and perfectly salty cookie bits are stirred throughout.


Superbutter Blondie: An ooey-gooey, creamy almond butter ice cream with caramel swirls and pieces of chewy blondies. Adding to the magic, we sweeten this ice cream with coconut sugar and maple syrup and elevate it with vegan collagen from Moon Juice. Beauty in every bite!


Tococcino: So many of our customers wait for the return of this beloved coffee ice cream. A luscious and crunchy ice cream infused with coffee beans and sweetened with coconut sugar and maple syrup. For an extra boost, we add tocos powder, a healthy source of Vitamin E, along with swirls of caramel and pieces of our house-made ground espresso bean chocolate bar. A January morning (or evening!) done right.

 

Available today in our scoop shops until February 1st. 

Also, available online for nationwide delivery until February 1st. Place an order here.

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