High Point Creamery, based in the Hilltop/Crestmoor neighborhood in east Denver, was recently named one of the "Country's Coolest New Ice Cream Shops" by CNN's foodblog, Eatocracy, which is penned by Food & Wine's Editor, Kate Krader. Owners Erika Thomas and Chad Stutz have created a concept that resonates with both the Denver community and their collective taste buds. With natural ingredients and a passion for flavor, High Point Creamery has been "lavishly crafting joy" since its inception three months ago and, in this short time, has managed to bring a national spotlight on Denver's thriving foodie scene.
Inventive, classic, and cherished flavors include: Basil with Blackberry Swirl, Coconut & Ginger, Cucumber and Pear with Gin Sorbet, Salted Caramel, Bananas with Honey, Salty Dog Chocolate, Earl Grey with Shortbread Cookies, and Lime Yogurt, along with a dozen more flavors, even including some traditional flavors like Vanilla Bean, Milk Chocolate, and Mint with Chocolate Bark. In case you can't decide on one of these many delicious flavors, High Point Creamery also offers flights of ice cream, which were inspired by a wine or beer flight. Much thought was put into these flights and often come topped with a special topping - like candied orange rinds or black lava salt. High Point Creamery also offers kosher and vegan options. To learn more about High Point Creamery and their sweet sensations, visit their website highpointcreamery.com and follow the shop on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.