Cowhaus Creamery handcrafts new-American style ice creams, sorbets and confections using artisan techniques, made slowly from scratch in small batches.
All of it’s ice creams are built from the ground-up, beginning with hormone-free cream and milk from happy pasture-grazed cows. They rely heavily on local, organic and sustainable products culled from the the small farms and artisanal producers in Northeast Ohio and the Great Lakes Terroir. And, like the seasonal harvests, the flavors change frequently, to best capture and utilize the freshest fruit, herbs and vegetables at peak ripeness and intensity. Avoiding altogether any use of artificial coloring or flavoring and use absolutely no high-fructose corn syrups at any time, in any flavor.
All of Cowhaus Creamery’s exotic ingredients (cocoa, chocolate, coffee, tea, vanilla, etc) are Fair Trade, responsibly grown and organic when available and practical.
In every case, Cowhaus carefully considers the environment and social impacts of its sourcing decisions.
Cowhaus Creamery creates and produces all of its products at their repurposed artisan creamery (a former Lawson’s Milk Company) in Elyria, Ohio, only 8 miles from their retail shop located in the sustainably designed, and LEED’S Gold Certified, “East College Street Project” in historic downtown Oberlin. Go visit. Bet you’ll be back often…and they’ll be glad to see you!
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