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‘Puffle’ Cones Land in Dallas With the Opening of Cauldron Ice Cream

The chain is famous for its bubble waffle cones and creative flavors made with liquid nitrogen

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Dallas ice cream lovers lined up this weekend for nitrogen-frozen ice cream at the new outpost of Cauldron Ice Cream, a chain with multiple locations in California that just opened up its much-anticipated first Dallas shop. Cauldron Ice Cream’s grand opening went down on March 2 at its store at 3001 Knox Street, #103.

Cauldron Ice Cream puts on a show by freezing its ice cream with liquid nitrogen, churning out fresh, creative flavors like Vietnamese coffee, Earl Grey lavender, sea salted caramel crunch, or H20 rose. The ice cream can be scooped into the chain’s self-described “puffle” cones also known as a puffy bubble waffle cone in flavors like red velvet. Cauldron Ice Cream had big plans for Dallas: the plan as of last spring was to open six Dallas-area outposts over the next six years.

Check out the Knox Street Cauldron Ice Cream shop open now, with hours running from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

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