Introduction of Gelato

Description of Gelato

Gelato is an extraordinary excellence Italian ice cream, which is made in a unique way by mixing water or milk with Natural fruits, sweeteners, and a stabilizing agent. Gelato is a type of soft ice cream containing a relatively small amount of air. Our Gelato is naturally flavored, which makes the Gelato so refreshing, astonishing, rich and creamy, while keeping the calories per scoop so low that the consumers can consume it with no guilt. Our natural fruit gelato range 80-90 calories per 3oz scoop.

Our Gelato is a mixer of Fruits (Like mango, Coconut, Strawberries and more), Non-Dairy Base and sweetener. No preservatives, eggs or milk are added to it. Our Gelato is vegan, healthy, rich, and creamy with low calories and fats. Consumers, who are lactose tolerance, can also consume this rich and creamy Gelato

History of Gelato

The word Gelato means "frozen" A "frozen desert"

Gelato is very famous in Italy and now it's making it way to United States and all over the world. Our Gelato is so addictive that once you consume it, you probably won't eat regular ice cream anymore.

There are two major points of differentiation from American ice cream

  • Density
  • Butterfat
    • Unlike ice cream, gelato machinery whips almost no air into the product (i.e.much less overrun), resulting in a dense and more intensely-flavored product.
    • Gelato is often described as having less fat because it's made with little cream, whereas ice cream generally contains more cream.

The history of gelato dates back to frozen desserts in Sicily, ancient Rome and Egypt made from snow and ice brought down from mountaintops and preserved below ground. Later, in 1686 the Sicilian fisherman Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli perfected the first ice cream machine. However, the popularity of gelato among larger shares of the population only increased in the 1920s–1930s in the northern Italian city of Varese, where the first gelato cart was developed. Italy is the only country where the market share of handmade gelato versus industrial one is over 55%. Today, more than 5,000 modern Italian ice cream parlors and now it is becoming famous in United States and all over the world.

A perfect Dessert, you never stop Craving

Our Yummy Gelato's Menu

  • Chocolate Brownie
  • Lemon
  • Triple Berry
  • Cookies and Cream
  • Pistachio
  • Regular Chocolate
  • Vanilla
  • Cappuccino

In Pints

  • Coconut
  • Mango
  • Chocolate Brownie
  • Vanilla