Big things are afoot over here. When Jeni started the company in 2002, her mission was to use every dollar we earned to get better every single day. Each year’s improvement is our measure of success. That’s as true for the ice cream we make, to the ingredients we source,
Image courtesy of Viceland Last fall, the folks from the Viceland channel stopped by our Los Feliz scoop shop to interview Jeni about the business of ice cream. They were filming for a new series called “The Ice Cream Show,” and we’re excited to share that the first episode—“How to
Fifteen years ago we set out to make ice creams that tell stories—of growers and place, of history and tradition, art, and pop culture. And to do it in a way that brings people together and celebrates community. The day we opened Jeni’s in late November 2002 was Ohio State-Michigan
To us, Queen City Cayenne is more than milk chocolate ice cream with a back-of-the-throat spice. It’s the very reason we exist as a company. We’ve rounded up 5 interesting facts about the original Jeni’s ice cream flavor, from its origin story to that one time it was on TV.
It’s easy to think that 21st century ice cream is all about all on trend flavors. Throw the word “crack” after something salty sweet and you’re in business. Or shred beets and farmstead cheese into your ice cream base and you’ve got “artisan ice cream” game. We’ve been at this