If you've been following Mizuba's journey over the past ten months, you know that we love to collaborate with high-quality culinary institutions to create new Matcha tea treats! We love making friends with stellar food innovators whose product offerings mesh perfectly with the distinct flavor profile of our Mizuba Matcha.
Our latest partnership is one that is very close to our hearts, in a city that we fall more in love with every time we visit... It brings us great pleasure to announce that you can now get Mizuba Ice Cream in Bi-Rite Markets in San Francisco! It's a partnership that has been in the works for a while, and we are thrilled that the final product is now being served in both Bi-Rite locations! Your heart will melt faster than the Matcha ice cream cone. It's that delicious.
If you don't already know, Bi-Rite Market is a local grocery store that values the the transparency and quality of their products. They are very invested in building a community around food and forging lasting relationships with their vendors as well as their customers. Bi-Rite Creamery is famous among the locals, and they make their ice cream by hand in a kitchen that's connected to their store on 18th Street! Additionally, all of their ice cream is made in small batches to ensure the highest possible quality.
With summer fast approaching, ice cream seems to be on the top of the to-do list for just about everybody. Personally, a creamy scoop of Mizuba Matcha ice cream on a hot day is the solution to all of our problems. If you're in San Francisco, be sure to head on over to grab a scoop for yourself! The original location is in the Mission District, and there is another location on Divisadero St. Check out their site here to view the full list of ice cream flavors!
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Recently we had a chance to sit down with Abbie Tjaden of ARTJADEN and ask her a few questions. Abbie is a Portland-based artist, and she is responsible for designing our incredible matcha-grams, which you can see here.