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We debut new flavors every month, finding inspiration everywhere—from chefs and farmers to food movements and social causes—to reflect our communities and explore what ice cream can be.

Holiday Comforts & Cozies

Our senses are alight come the holiday season. That wondrous time of year when sweets from neighbors arrive in droves, cards cram your mailbox, paper calendars house hidden chocolates, and sparkly windows become festive displays. If you were to smudge a peephole on the window into our kitchen—made foggy by the chill outside—you’d glimpse us harnessing the magic with five special holiday flavors embracing warmth and spice. Pull on your coziest holiday sweater, cue the lights & songs, and indulge in our happiest, most satiating display of 2019.

Portland Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Cocoa

Peppermint Cocoa

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch.

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s Clear Creek Distillery.

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Even in medieval times, people awaited an occasion special (and cold) enough to concoct boozy, creamy ‘nogs with their precious spices. Our kitchen, too, has looked forward all year to this intensely spiced dairy-free, egg-free recipe churned with sweetened coconut cream. We spike it with dark rum and potent chai tea from our friends at Diaspora Coffee & Chai Co.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum Fairy

We’ve captured the timeless romanticism of The Nutcracker in this ode to Tchaikovsky’s Russian origins and olde-world winter confections. First we brew an elegant ice cream using the bright, caramel-y Assam black tea from our neighbors at Steven Smith. Then we make it dance by layering in housemade plum jam with hints of orange zest and satiny marzipan ganache.

Los Angeles Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Coco

Peppermint Coco

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch.

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s Clear Creek Distillery.

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Even in medieval times, people awaited an occasion special (and cold) enough to concoct boozy, creamy ‘nogs with their precious spices. Our kitchen, too, has looked forward all year to this intensely spiced dairy-free, egg-free recipe churned with sweetened coconut cream. We spike it with dark rum and potent chai tea from our friends at Diaspora Coffee & Chai Co.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum Fairy

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

San Diego Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Cocoa

Peppermint Cocoa

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch. 

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s finest Clear Creek Distillery.

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Even in medieval times, people awaited an occasion special (and cold) enough to concoct boozy, creamy ‘nogs with their precious spices. Our kitchen, too, has looked forward all year to this intensely spiced dairy-free, egg-free recipe churned with sweetened coconut cream. We spike it with dark rum and potent chai tea from our friends at Diaspora Coffee & Chai Co.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum Fairy

We’ve captured the timeless romanticism of The Nutcracker in this ode to Tchaikovsky’s Russian origins and olde-world winter confections. First we brew an elegant ice cream using the bright, caramel-y Assam black tea from our neighbors at Steven Smith. Then we make it dance by layering in housemade plum jam with hints of orange zest and satiny marzipan ganache.

San Francisco Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Cocoa

Peppermint Cocoa

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch. 

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s finest Clear Creek Distillery.

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Even in medieval times, people awaited an occasion special (and cold) enough to concoct boozy, creamy ‘nogs with their precious spices. Our kitchen, too, has looked forward all year to this intensely spiced dairy-free, egg-free recipe churned with sweetened coconut cream. We spike it with dark rum and potent chai tea from our friends at Diaspora Coffee & Chai Co.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum Fairy

We’ve captured the timeless romanticism of The Nutcracker in this ode to Tchaikovsky’s Russian origins and olde-world winter confections. First we brew an elegant ice cream using the bright, caramel-y Assam black tea from our neighbors at Steven Smith. Then we make it dance by layering in housemade plum jam with hints of orange zest and satiny marzipan ganache.

Seattle Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Cocoa

Peppermint Cocoa

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch. 

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s finest Clear Creek Distillery.

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Cinnamon Chai Spiced Eggnog (v)

Even in medieval times, people awaited an occasion special (and cold) enough to concoct boozy, creamy ‘nogs with their precious spices. Our kitchen, too, has looked forward all year to this intensely spiced dairy-free, egg-free recipe churned with sweetened coconut cream. We spike it with dark rum and potent chai tea from our friends at Diaspora Coffee & Chai Co.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.

Sugar Plum Fairy

Sugar Plum Fairy

We’ve captured the timeless romanticism of The Nutcracker in this ode to Tchaikovsky’s Russian origins and olde-world winter confections. First we brew an elegant ice cream using the bright, caramel-y Assam black tea from our neighbors at Steven Smith. Then we make it dance by layering in housemade plum jam with hints of orange zest and satiny marzipan ganache.

Anaheim Monthly Flavors

Peppermint Cocoa

Peppermint Cocoa

There’s no better chaser to frolicking in winter’s wonderland than a mug of minty cocoa. We re-envisioned the classic holiday warmer as a bold chocolate ice cream dashed with pure peppermint oil pressed at Oregon’s Seely Mint farm. Once frozen, we stud it with crushed candy canes for a little crunch. 

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Apple Brandy & Pecan Pie

Come wintertime, we make way for the mother lode of rich, dense baked goods. Our kitchens achieve the magic of a crispy-edged, sticky pecan pie by slow-cooking brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and handfuls of toasted pecans until preposterously gooey—the hallmark of this indulgence. For even more holiday spirit, we swirl the filling into spiced vanilla custard spiked with glugs of apple brandy from Oregon’s finest Clear Creek Distillery.

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Gingerbread Cookie Dough

We chased the gingerbread man—and woman—right into this ice cream with a double dose of cookies. Our bakers whip up grandma Malek’s molasses-y, spicy treat, then chop some into cake-y hunks and the rest into a silky gingerbread butter. Both are decorated in an aromatic “royal icing” ice cream.