The ice cream company Milkcraft, which launched in Fairfield in 2016 with its made-to-order ice cream frozen with liquid nitrogen, will open its third location on Crown Street in the coming months the company said.
The company will open at 280 Crown Street in a 1,500-square foot space, according to a release. A representative for the company said the New Haven opening is expected for early spring.
The company describes its ice cream making process as beginning with milk from New England farms before adding ingredients and making each scoop for food grade liquid nitrogen frozen below 300 degrees. The company is also known for its large “Bubblecone,” a caramelized waffle cone.
At the Fairfield location, the milk is frozen and churned after an order is placed, and flavored with ingredients like locally sourced strawberries. The ice cream can be served in a Hong Kong Bubblecone, a Japanese-style waffle, or infused in a glazed doughnut, called a Creameebun. Both the doughnuts and the cones are made in-house. For the less adventurous, the ice cream also can be served in a cup, the owners have said.