EP44: Just WOW! Christian Sullberg and Ozzy Jimenez both grew up in Sonoma County, met and in a short time they opened Moustache Baked Goods, Noble Ice Cream and Pie (2 locations) and have added ice cream carts to their mix. Their philosophy is one that is steeped in Sonoma Read more…

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EP44: Just WOW! Christian Sullberg and Ozzy Jimenez both grew up in Sonoma County, met and in a short time they opened Moustache Baked Goods, Noble Ice Cream and Pie (2 locations) and have added ice cream carts to their mix. Their philosophy is one that is steeped in Sonoma County as much as they bake and make is from scratch and by hand. They do their best to source the ingredients found 30 miles from their home town. They are wildly popular in their wedding cake business, dessert tables and always have a long line at the ice cream stores. In 2017 & 2018, Noble Folk & Moustache Baked Goods were recognized as two of the top LGBTQ+ owned businesses in the Bay Area. For two very young entrepreneurs, the commitment to their communities is commendable. They are both on boards of non-profits for the LGBTQ+/Latin community. Ozzy is currently the Assembly Delegate in Sonoma County’s District 2.

This is a great, inspiring episode that dances around their passions and work ethics. It was really great to learn about these two trendsetters in our backyard.

Did someone mention pie?

To learn even more about the beginnings of these two enterprising young men – read these articles published in the Press Democrat at HERE and HERE

You can interact with them on Instagram at @noblefolk and @moustachebakedgoods

Their websites include thenoblefolk.com and moustachebakedgoods.com