Learn more about some of the other businesses we work with.
Of course you can always get ice cream and more directly from our shop. But did you know that there are other businesses who sell or use our ice cream?
Rue Cler This classic French restaurant in Downtown Durham has our ice cream on their dessert menu.
Dashi Downtown Durham’s ramen and izikaya restaurant carries custom flavors from us.
Cocoa Cinnamon Pair our ice cream with espresso or churros at this Durham coffeeshop’s Lakewood Location.
Mattie B’s Public House You can get our ice cream for dessert at this South Durham pub+restaurant.
Durham Co-op Market Durham’s cooperatively-owned grocery carries pints and half-pints of several flavors.
Bulldega Downtown Durham’s locally-owned grocery store carries pints in a variety of regular and seasonal flavors.
Chez Moi Bakery Specializing in rum cakes, this bakery and cake truck offers decadent sandwiches made with our ice cream between two slabs of cake.
Simply Natural Creamery All our ice cream starts with milk and cream from the all-Jersey herd at this Ayden, NC, farm
Homeland Creamery Based in Julian, NC, Homeland provides additional dairy products that we use for baking, coffee drinks, and more.
Primrose Farm We buy blueberries and blackberries directly from this Oxford, NC farm at the Durham Farmers’ Market.
We also work with other smaller producers through NC-focused distributors Eastern Carolina Organics, Farmer Foodshare, and Ford’s Produce
Bean Traders and Carrboro Coffee RoastersWe use beans roasted by these Triangle institutions in our ice cream and our espresso bar. We also serve Bean Traders’ cold brew.
Callebaut All the chocolate we use in our ice cream, hot fudge, and baking is from this premium Belgian brand.
We’re not actively seeking wholesale customers right now. But feel free to email if you’re a business owner/manager interested in carrying our ice cream. Depending on your needs and location, we may be able to work with you.