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New Galleria Ice Cream Spot Creamistry Freezes Treats Right Before Your Very Eyes

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Creamistry’s flash-frozen offerings.
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Chemistry tends to be pretty boring to most of us without a unique interest in the subject, but when ice cream gets involved, that’s when everything changes. Using the power of liquid nitrogen, flash-frozen ice cream chain Creamistry will send a chill over the Galleria area starting next week.

Announced via release, Creamistry will officially open its first Houston location in the Centre at Post Oak shopping center at 5000 Westheimer Road. The concept is known for its frozen-to-order ice cream creations in flavors like Cap’n Crunch, matcha green tea, strawberry milk, and taro. A coconut-based vegan ice cream is also available, in addition to dairy-free sorbet and an option to upgrade your ice cream to all organic ingredients.

"Launching Creamisty in Houston during National Ice Cream Month was a natural fit and an ideal time to bring our exceptional ice-cream experience to the area," said Creamistry Houston co-manager Don Nguyen in a statement. "Whether you live close by or are visiting the Galleria area, Creamistry is a great place to cool off and enjoy one of our many hand-crafted treats."

Creamistry kicks open the doors on Thursday, July 14 at 12 p.m. From 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. on opening day, you can score free ice cream when you stop by.

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