Contrary to popular opinion, science can be cool - cold even. -321 degrees Fahrenheit, to be specific. That's the temperature liquid nitrogen freezes at, and in the Science Cream's hands, it's being used to freeze in a whole lotta beautiful Texas flavor.
Liquid nitrogen-enriched ice cream blankets a menu of sweet relief that gives Austin a whole new spin on frozen fun, with a texture that loses no flavor as it melts in your mouth. It's packed to the last drop with as much taste as the first, and comes in a wide variety of inventive, locally-made small batch flavors. Only local ingredients go into the Science Cream's new Nitro Pops as well, crafting a popsicle that's as pure as the tastes that inspired it, with zero dilution and zero disappointment. Track down the Science Cream on South Congress and go back to class - it tastes a whole lot better than you remember.
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