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Donut, Black Licorice, Pancake Breakfast & More Flavors to Debut Soon on New Lake Street Creamery Ice Cream Truck
Scheduled to launch next month, the Lake Street Creamery ice cream truck will have a set of flavors on board that are already making our mouth water and our tastebuds intrigued: Donut, Pancake Breakfast, Holiday Chocolate, Aztec Sacrifice, Tahitian Vanilla Lemon Mint, Black Licorice, and Tears of the Yeti. These are the staple flavors Beth Colla and Tim Ferguson will be making on the truck, along with special flavors and ice cream floats. The duo describe themselves as "mobile gourmands" who plan on bringing to the streets of L.A. "the finest ice creams, gelatos, and sorbets, all handmade with love on the same Lake Street Creamery mobile ice cream parlour you buy from," adding "That's right. 'Parlour.' With a 'u.' We're fancy."
The truck was expected to be ready in time for this weekend's Jubilee in Silver Lake, but with a delayed inspection date, it looks like the "parlour" could be on the streets as early as June 3, and they say the truck is almost ready.
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