Orlando's Abracadabra Ice Cream Freezes Treats with Liquid Nitrogen

 - Dec 15, 2016
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While there are plenty of ice cream shops to choose from in Central Florida, Orlando's Abracadabra Ice Cream is offering something a little different. Instead of simply serving up scoops of chocolate and vanilla, this cutting-edge ice creamery uses liquid nitrogen to flash freeze its treats.

When customers arrive at Abracadabra Ice Cream, they can begin by choosing their ice cream base and their preferred serving size. They can then choose from a variety of toppings, including blueberries, coconut and Oreo cookie pieces. The toppings are then mixed into the ice cream and the sugary sweet concoction is flash frozen with liquid nitrogen. The effect is a stream of "magic clouds" that add a mythical effect to the frozen treats.

Not only does Abracadabra Ice Cream offer an ultra-cool way to beat the Florida heat, but it also serves as a perfect spot for those attending Trend Hunter’s Orlando innovation conference to immerse themselves in the future of foodie culture.