Coolhaus makes the most innovative, delicious ice cream flavors — and you can get them on Amazon

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The frozen aisle at the grocery store is loaded with ice cream, but one brand you need to keep an eye out for is Coolhaus. The LGBTQIA+ women-owned ice cream brand has some of the most fun and innovative flavors, like Cereal Dreams, a cereal-soaked milk flavor with a crispy cereal swirl, and Take the Cannoli, an Italian mascarpone ice cream with chocolate-covered cannoli shells.

The brand also makes ice cream sandwiches, ice cream cones and dairy-free pints. You can find it all at Coolhaus’ flagship scoop shop in Culver City, California, nationwide at many grocery stores including Whole Foods and on Amazon.

Coolhaus has a pretty cool backstory too. It was founded by a couple, Natasha Case and Freya Estreller, in an old postal-truck-turned-ice-cream-van. They wrote on their website that they bought the truck in 2009 on Craigslist for $2,500, had it towed to Coachella, and the brand went viral at the fest.

It’s been over 10 years since the music festival that set Coolhaus ablaze, but if you’re just hearing about it now, it’s time to catch up. Check it out on this episode of In The Know Live: Kitchen Gadgets above!

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