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What You'll Get
Frozen yogurt is used to delight taste buds, unlike boiling yogurt, which is used to stop invaders from scaling gingerbread castles. Harness the benefits of this powerful treat with today's Groupon to Yogizmo. This Groupon is valid at Yogizmo's two locations in Santa Cruz and Scotts Valley. Prices vary slightly between the locations.
- For $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt and desserts.
- For $12, you get a $25 reloadable Yogizmo card, including 25 frequent buyer points.
In Yogizmo's cheerful yellow Scotts Valley and pink and green Santa Cruz shops, a Canadian machine nicknamed "The Gizmo," or "Infruzion," blends fresh, organic ingredients and cultured yogurt to create all-natural frozen treats. The freeze factory swirls Montreal-style tart yogurt, Marianne's homemade ice cream, or soy ice cream with toppings before heading home at day's end to its blender children. Fruit infusions form the foundation for signature yogurt concoctions ($3.35–$5), and unfestooned frozen yogurts ($2.50+) inspire bashful blushing in spoons. Customers can bury small cups of artificial-flavor-free swirls under a choice of approximately 80 toppings ($0.95+ for one topping), including a bounty of Nite Owl cookie crumbles, hand-shaved belgian chocolate, flaked organic coconut, and other fruity favorites that brim with sweet variety like an Oompa Loompa police lineup.
Hand-scooped Marianne's shakes ($4.85) and yogurt smoothies ($4.70) delicately melt into lacey, sweet patterns on palates, setting the mouth's table for the tonsils' high tea with the uvula. Patrons can celebrate birthdays with slices of ice-cream cake, layered with two strata of Marianne's Ice Cream.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.