Thrills & chills at opening of Sub Zero





MIchael Markee is surrounded in nitrogen fog, a natural element of air, as he creates a customer’s frozen confection. Below, tasty toppings are available in any combination desired.

MIchael Markee is surrounded in nitrogen fog, a natural element of air, as he creates a customer’s frozen confection. Below, tasty toppings are available in any combination desired.

GRAND BLANC — This isn’t your mama’s yogurt shop! Gleaming chrome and giant gas cylinders hallmark the science behind Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yog urt shop now open at 11419 S. Saginaw St. But the ingredients will keep the pleasure side of your brain just as happy.

According to co-owners Michael and Aundrey (pronounced On-dray or Andre’) Markee, fresh cream and other ingredients just aren’t the same sitting in your retailer’s freezer for weeks on end; and the taste seems to prove that true.

A sample of Dr. Pepper flavoring in custard with strawberries was delicious. There are several ingredients, cones and toppings to choose from, all as fresh as the liquid base, which is frozen to sub-zero temps right before your eyes.

Liquid Nitrogen, which is a natural part of the very air you breathe, cools the fresh treats in just a few moments, while billows of fog from the process, creep across the counter, to the delight of the uninitiated.

 

 

The menu contains not only low fat and regular milk blends, but custard, yogurt, lactose free, sugar free and vegan options. Artisan treats such as Magnetic Mint are made with Andes® mint candies, or Cinnamon Roll Reaction, which includes cookie dough can be chosen.

The make your own treat is always an option at Sub Zero, who offers many other candy and healthful options.

More information is available by calling them at 810-603-7804 or on their website at: www.facebook.com/Sub-Zero- Ice-Cream-Yogurt-Grand-Blanc-MI- 1421934938136603/?fref=ts


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