Buzzed Bull Creamery opens first Arizona location in Scottsdale – Daily Independent

On Jan. 19, Buzzed Bull Creamery brought its premium made-to-order alcoholic and non-alcoholic frozen dessert and coffee concept to the Scottsdale Waterfront. 
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On Jan. 19, Buzzed Bull Creamery brought its premium made-to-order alcoholic and non-alcoholic frozen dessert and coffee concept to the Scottsdale Waterfront. 
Buzzed Bull Creamery is a unique brand that invites customers to enjoy a fun, friendly, community-minded and indulgent experience outside of traditional bars and restaurants.  
“When we first tried Buzzed Bull Creamery, we fell in love with the concept,” Jay Shah, co-partner of the Scottsdale location, stated in the release. “Old Town Scottsdale is the prime location to open Buzzed Bull’s first Arizona location and we can’t wait for residents and visitors to give it a try.”
Shah runs the location with his wife Nilam Shah and managing partner Dominick Davis.
Buzzed Bull is the first creamery in the country to infuse alcohol into ice cream using liquid nitrogen for a true “mad scientist experiment” effect that is fun for the whole family. 
Adults can enjoy their favorite cocktails as decadent desserts while kids can customize their own sweet treats and watch their dessert being created before their very eye. Buzzed Bull’s friendly vibe with ample seating and music encourages guests to come for the treats and stay for the experience.  
Guests can get a taste of Buzzed Bull’s specialties such as the “Death by Chocolate” that features chocolate, brownies, chocolate chips and chocolate sauce on top with or without the “suggested buzz” of chocolate vodka. Specialties can be made into ice cream or a milkshake and served either “buzzed” or non-buzzed.
Many of these selections can also be made into specialty latte drinks at the Buzzed Bull Espresso Bar, or served the Buzzed Bull way with a steamed ice cream base. Traditional coffee drinks such as mochas, lattes, macchiatos and cappuccinos are also available. 
Sweets lovers can also make their own decadent cocktail, or mocktail, creation by selecting their frozen base, their base flavor and mix-ins or toppings of all sorts. Guests can then opt for their dessert to be served up “buzzed” or “non-buzzed” and finished off with extras like whipped cream, additional mix-ins or toppings and, of course, a non alcoholic or alcoholic cherry on top.
Business hours are Sunday through Wednesday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Thursday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 
Festivities to celebrate the grand opening of Buzzed Bull will be released in the coming weeks. 
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