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One of the reasons people love going to Nitro Live is to see the vapor clouds produced by the liquid nitrogen. It’s fun to watch, so we understand why Dragon’s Breath (cereal treats frozen with liquid nitrogen) is popular; however, we don’t offer it—and never will—because it isn’t safe. Recent media stories spotlight some of the dangers, including breathing difficulty and damage to mouths and throats. Unfortunately, some people erroneously assume all food prepared with liquid nitrogen is unsafe, so I’d like to share the

GILBERT, Ariz. (Sept. 3, 2018) — Underscoring its commitment to supporting the communities where it is located, The Nitro Live Icecreamery introduces new ice cream sliders using Mission Possible cookies made by Phoenix Rescue Mission. Regularly priced at $4 for two, the sliders will be available on Labor Day for $3 in honor of the labor of those who made them. “Mission Possible Cookies are made from scratch daily by Phoenix Rescue Mission clients struggling with homelessness, addiction and trauma,” says Tom Moody, Phoenix

Gilbert Chamber of Commerce announced today the recipients of the 2018 Annual Business Awards and recognized Chamber leaders at a luncheon.  Individual nominees were eligible for categories including Volunteer of the Year, Gilbert Leadership Award, and Businessman or Businesswoman of the Year.  Business nominees were eligible for categories including Employer of Choice and Large, Mid-Size, or Small Business of the Year.   Award Recipients Volunteer of the Year – Robin Hall, Relay for Life Gilbert Gilbert Leadership Award – Candy Body, Resource Leadership Group Businessman of the Year – Brett

The Nitro Live Icecreamery, the latest Valley dessert shop offering custom ice cream dishes frozen with liquid nitrogen, has made its debut on the northwest corner of Cooper and Warner in Gilbert. Customers can choose from seven kinds of cream (original ice cream, custard, yogurt, low fat, no sugar added, lactose-free, and vegan), 30 flavors, and 24 toppings to make their own creations. Nitro Live then uses liquid nitrogen to freeze the mixture in 90 seconds. Customers can request a shorter freeze time for softer ice

Gilbert-based Company Opens First of Four Arizona Locations Scheduled for This Year 
GILBERT, Ariz. (April 3, 2018) — In less than 90 seconds, East Valley residents can enjoy ice cream made right before their eyes now that The Nitro Live Icecreamery has opened at the northwest corner of Cooper and Warner Roads in Gilbert. The Nitro Live Icecreamery uses liquid nitrogen to flash freeze ice cream to order, which not only results in a creamier texture, but also allows the restaurant to accommodate a

Committed to being an active part of the communities where it is located, The Nitro Live Icecreamery announces its support of six Arizona nonprofit organizations by creating a customized flavor for each and donating $1 from each flavor’s sale to its respective organization. “Having served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, I’ve seen firsthand how much they value and rely on partnerships with local businesses,” said Felicia Vandermolen, The Nitro Live Icecreamery’s chief executive officer. “The organizations Nitro Live has selected have tremendous impact

March Madness brings basketball and brackets, and The Nitro Live Icecreamery is getting in on the fun with a bracket of its own. Starting March 11, we’re putting our Sweet 16 most popular flavors to the test; stop in and try them for 10% off; the ones that sell best will advance to our GR8 Ate on March 19, with our Flavorful Four on March 26 and Tasty Two on April 2. Additionally, two of the flavors in contention raise money for charity, with $1

And the twain did meet Wednesday at Grand Canyon University‘s STEM Innovation Spotlight, where Nitro Live Icecreamery owner Felicia Vandermolen was busy pouring cream, stirring in berries, then dousing the whole confection with a shower of liquid nitrogen. Some vigorous stirring and a minute or two later — and with a nitro fog cascading from the bowl — ice cream was up and ready for tasting at the Strategic Educational Alliances event at GCU Arena. It was where about 200 educators and educator-friendly organizations gathered to share ideas, network and advance science,