You Can Have L.A.’s Favorite Ice Cream Delivered to Your Home

Sweet Rose Creamery, an artisanal, small-batch ice cream shop, debuts online ordering nationwide…

Sweet Rose Creamery, Los Angeles’ beloved ice cream shop that opened in 2010 by Santa Monica restaurateurs Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan and Co-Owner/Executive Chef Shiho Yoshikawa, now delivers their imaginative and all-natural ice creams nationwide with the launch of online ordering. Ideal for holiday and corporate gifts, birthdays, or even to treat oneself, Sweet Rose Creamery is offering two shipping options delivered straight to one’s door: Pint Clubs ($55 per season) and Pint Packs ($60). Ice cream lovers can now enjoy the shop’s classic flavors, such as Salted Caramel and whimsical, seasonal offerings like Cranberry Compote with Salty Pistachio, yearlong.

 “As Sweet Rose Creamery continues to grow with new locations, we’ve maintained our homegrown, Los Angeles neighborhood sensibility, dedicated to making the highest-quality ice cream with the best ingredients we can get our hands on from local farmers,” says Co-Owner Josh Loeb. “However, over the years, we’ve received so many kind notes from out-of-town customers about how much they love Sweet Rose Creamery, and wishing there was a shop nearby.

It was a natural next step for us to expand into online ordering. Shiho and her team oversee the ice cream making process in our kosher, Santa Monica kitchen, and now has the opportunity to share her signature ice creams and sorbets with fans across the country.”

Sweet Rose Creamery opened their first location in 2010 at the Brentwood Country Mart to immediate fanfare, and has now expanded to five locations, two of which recently opened in the Pacific Palisades and Studio City. Shiho is recognized for making all of her ice creams from scratch, down to the dairy base, for which the shop has their own pasteurizing license. She focuses on utilizing high-quality ingredients like organic milk and cream from Clover Farms, organic eggs from Chino Family Farms, and fresh produce from her favorite farmers at the Santa Monica Farmers’ Market, and everything is made at Sweet Rose Creamery’s 100% GMO-free and kosher-certified kitchens. Shipments for online ordering are nicely preserved, with insulated packaging and enough dry ice to keep the ice cream frozen while in transit to anywhere within the United States. Fans can enjoy the following options:


Classic or Seasonal Pint Clubs

  • Four pints delivered four times a year in January, March, June, and September
  • $55 every three months for 12 months (exclusive of shipping)
  • Classic flavors include the shop’s quintessential selections: Old Fashioned Vanilla, Chocolate, Fresh Mint with homemade chocolate chips, and Salted Caramel
  • Seasonal flavors change every three months; the current winter flavors include: Peppermint Patty, Cinnamon, Chocolate Coconut (dairy-free), and a “Mystery Flavor” from Chef Shiho that’s inspired by that month’s farmers’ market produce

Classic or Seasonal Pint Packs

  • Four pints delivered one-time only
  • $60 (exclusive of shipping)
  • Classic flavors are the same as above
  • Seasonal flavors change every month; the December flavors include: Peppermint Patty, Eggnog, Cranberry Compote with Salty Pistachio, and Yuzu Sorbet (dairy-free)

In the new year, Sweet Rose Creamery’s online ordering will also include a Mix and Match Pint Pack ($60), so one can “choose their own flavor destiny,” plus customized packs centered around themes such as holidays, graduations, birthdays, kosher-certified, dairy-free, and more. Sweet Rose Creamery is now accepting orders at their website.

Sweet Rose Creamery is a Santa Monica, California-based, small batch ice cream shop using exclusively organic dairy products and farmers’ market fruits and produce. The shop strives to operate as a “green” business, focusing on environmental efficiency, sourcing all ingredients from farms that practice sustainable agriculture, and offering kosher certified options for its ice cream flavors, frozen novelties, cones, and packaging. It’s also one of the few artisanal ice cream shops that truly makes everything from scratch, right down to its dairy base—for which it has a pasteurizing license. Executive Chef and Co-Owner Shiho Yoshikawa’s menu consists of imaginative homespun frozen desserts and ice cream treats made from the highest quality ingredients available. For additional information, visit www.sweetrosecreamery.com, “Like” the ice cream shop on Facebook, and follow Sweet Rose Creamery on Twitter and Instagram.

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