It's been two years since The Urban Creamery was born, a concept created out of love for ice cream (and cookies). And while we may be going through the 'terrible twos' at times, with literal meltdowns, we still feel blessed to be where we are now.
They say it takes a village to raise a child.. And the same goes with The Urban Creamery. I would like to take this opportunity with our first post to thank our village people.
We start off with our family, who supported us since the very beginning, tasting everything we created, letting us use and abuse storage space, keeping our accounts in check, and for being there for us at every step of the way. We wouldn't have started without you
We want to thank Tala Al Ali for creating our logo and brand identity. She helped guide us to the right brand direction when we had absolutely no sense of direction!
We want to thank GRID, our partner in everything. Thank you Shoug Al Ghunaim, for taking our brand to the next level, translating it into beautiful packaging, graphics, images, posts, and everything in between. While we took care of recipes, Shoug and her team took care of everything else, literally. Thank you Noura Al Ebrahim, for transforming our shop from a tiny messy kitchen (loyal fans, you know what we're talking about) into a beautiful space that actually came out to be better than the 3D rendering (all in two weeks time!) We want to thank Oumnia and Nauman at GRID, for taking all these amazing photos that are on this website, and never complaining about the behind the scenes mess and melts of the photoshoots. In a way, GRID was like our older sister who makes sure we don't go out without getting done right. Your OCD has paid off (sort of) .
We want to thank Emad Allaho, for working endless hours on up-cycling our bike and creating the coolest ice cream cart in town (with amazing menu boards). Emad was like the older brother, who has the handy tools to fix all our problems.
We want to thank the ladies behind Qout Market, for giving us the venue to showcase our product and supporting us continuously through-out. Thank you Qout for letting us sit on your 'cool table'.
We want to thank Abdalla Abdulrahman, for developing this website and for being patient with our technologically challenged selves, withnever ending requests and edits, and for all the iced Americanos that came along the way.
We loved working with all these local, homegrown talents here in Kuwait. Thank you for being a part of our family.