Downtown Cornflower

Published on September 21st, 2015 | by Sactown Magazine

New ice cream shop brings farm-to-scoop flavors to downtown Sacramento

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Summer might be coming to an end, but thanks to Cornflower Creamery, which will open on Oct. 3 at 1013 L Streets, there’s a new reason to scream for ice cream.

Cornflower will specialize in serving ice cream flavors with in-season ingredients sourced from local farmers and producers. You can indulge your sweet tooth with one of 18 rotating flavors, including six vegan sorbet options like a berry lavender sorbet and mango sorbet. While many of the flavors will change based on what’s available seasonally, Cornflower will also create variations on the classic vanilla, chocolate, honey and caramel flavors, such as baklava and a salted caramel peanut brittle made with candy from Newcastle-based Better than Brittle.

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