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Cauldron Ice Cream enters DFW market with its liquid nitrogen ice cream scoop shops


Liquid nitrogen, heavy cream and the number seven are all coming together for Cauldron Ice Cream, a new nitrogen-whipped ice cream scoop shop with plans to open in the former Marble Slab Creamery space at 3001 Knox Street in Dallas.

It’s the first of several Cauldron scoop shops planned for DFW.

“Choosing to become part of the Cauldron Ice Cream team was not a very difficult decision,” Zulakha Ahmad, a member of the local franchise team, said in a press release announcing the expansion to DFW. “The quality, taste, and concept is beyond what we have seen or experienced in the DFW Metroplex.”

Cauldron was founded in 2015 as a made-to-order liquid nitrogen ice cream company. Their scoops are served as either rose-shaped or traditional mounds. The concept’s popular small batch flavors include Earl Grey Lavender, Milk and Cereal, and H20 Rose, plus seasonally rotating flavors.

Cauldron’s OG Puffle Cone, an egg-based waffle cone, was inspired by a popular Hong Kong street snack. Their ice creams are made using a process similar to Creamistry’s, which opened scoop shops in Las Colinas and Fort Worth. 

Other Cauldron shops are located in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, Santa Clara County, and Toronto, Canada.

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