First launched in Ohio in 2002, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream has turn a bullion customary in a workman done solidified treats realm; owner Jeni Britton Bauer has 23 scoop shops around a nation and dual cookbooks, including the New York Times’ bestselling Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams during Home, which earned a 2012 James Beard Award.
For a subsequent singular book flavor, a ice cream association looked to a internal brewery for inspiration, namely Stone Brewing Co.’s Stone Xocoveza, a anniversary divert vigourous that was initial brewed in 2014 with award-winning internal homebrewer Chris Banker; a Mexican prohibited chocolate-inspired drink has become a holiday favorite, with a 2015 recover brewed in partnership with Baja’s Cerveceria Insurgente. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams’ rendition, called Xocorosa, doesn’t have any drink in a recipe, though a chocolate ice cream has a identical flavors including jalapeño, smoked paprika, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and rose to element a 8.1% ABV brew.
The ice cream should strike store shelves subsequent week, though San Diegans can get their initial dip this weekend when Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams rolls into city with a Street Treats lorry for a noon to 6 p.m. pop-up during several Stone Company stores; on Friday, Sep 30 a lorry will be parked in front of Stone Downtown San Diego on Kettner, on Saturday, Oct 1 it will lift adult to Stone Oceanside, and on Sunday, Oct 2 it will be stationed during Stone Escondido. Pints of a ice cream will also be retailed during Stone Liberty Station, Stone Kettner and Stone Escondido.
Beyond the Stone Brewing Co.-inspired season Xocorosa, a lorry will also be scooping Jeni’s Salty Caramel Churro, Darkest Chocolate, Brown Butter, Almond Brittle, Brambleberry Crisp Lemon Buttermilk BFY (buttermilk solidified yogurt), and Riesling Poached Pear flavors labelled during $5.50 for dual scoops and $6.50 for 3 scoops.