Bay Area favorites team up for mouthwatering ice cream release

Humphry Slocombe and Señor Sisig's "Churron," seen at the Ferry Building.
Humphry Slocombe and Señor Sisig's "Churron," seen at the Ferry Building. Photo credit Matt Pitman/KCBS Radio

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS RADIO) – Make room in your freezer.

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Two Bay Area favorites – and soon to be neighbors – are coming together for a drool-inducing ice cream collaboration.

The joint production from Humphry Slocombe and Señor Sisig is called "Churron," a combination of "churro + turon," per Señor Sisig's Instagram. "Churron" is described as a "creamy roasted banana ice cream filled with cinnamon caramel and house-made churros."

"We were immediately on board when Humphry Slocombe called us to collaborate on an ice cream flavor," Evan Kidera, co-founder and CEO of Señor Sisig, told KCBS Radio. "Our goal was to highlight a flavor that would fuse Mexican and Filipino flavors."

Señor Sisig, known across the Bay Area for Filipino fusion food, is close to opening its new location in San Francisco's iconic Ferry Building just steps from Humphry Slocombe's store.

It's as delicious as it looks.
It's as delicious as it looks. Photo credit Matt Pitman/KCBS Radio

The flavor is available in scoops or pints at all six Humphry Slocombe locations in the Bay Area.

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