Alcoholic ice cream is now a thing you can get in Wilmington

Alcoholic ice cream is now a thing you can get in Wilmington
(Source: Buzzed Bull Creamery)

Wilmington recently welcomed the very first alcoholic and liquid nitrogen creamery to the area called Buzzed Bull Creamery.

The boozy ice cream shop offers made-to-order buzzed (with alcohol, 21+) and non-buzzed (without alcohol) ice cream and nitro milkshakes.

“Combining the liquid nitrogen experience with the non-buzzed and buzzed offerings, makes this sweet treat an ideal family-night-out,” according to Buzzed Bull Creamery.

You can watch as your dessert starts as a liquid and transforms into a frozen treat in just seconds.

Buzzed Bull Creamery says the liquid nitrogen helps to create a smoother texture.

There are 32 flavors to choose from, 20 mix-ins, and plenty of liquor options.

The buzzed flavors start at 5% ABV but you can choose to upgrade the liquor.

There are a lot of flavors and mix-in combinations to choose from so Buzzed Bull has gone ahead and made it easy for you by providing some of their most popular combinations. They are as follows:

  • Honey Pecan – honey ice cream or milkshake, pecans, whipped cream, with suggested buzz: bourbon
  • Death By Chocolate – chocolate ice cream or milkshake, brownie bites, chocolate chips, chocolate sauce on top with suggest buzz: chocolate vodka
  • Tiger Stripes – chocolate peanut butter ice cream or milkshake, peanut butter cups, peanut butter sauce on top with suggested buzz: spiced rum
  • Dreamsicle – orange cake batter ice cream or milkshake, waffle cone pieces, whipped cream, with suggested buzz: orange vodka

Buzzed Bull Creamery is located next to the recently opened Roll On In sushi place at 3224 N College Rd in Wilmington.

They are open Sunday through Saturday from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

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Kristin Crawford

Kristin Crawford joined WECT as a Digital Video Content Producer in August 2016 after graduating from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. She studied Communication Studies with a focus in TV Production and Media.