Gelato, Everyday

Mmmmm

There are many things I love about Italy. Gelato, however, deserves a special place.

How many different flavors have we tried? Let’s see:

  • Cioccolato (chocolate)
  • Cioccolato Fondente (Dark Chocolate)
  • Cioccolato al Peperoncino (Chocolate and hot pepper)
  • Pistachio
  • Torrincino (chocolate, cream & honey)
  • Fior di Latte (Milk Flower- kind of like sweet cream)
  • Stracciatella (Vanilla Chocolate Chip)
  • Bacio (Chocolate hazelnut)
  • Cremino (Nutella with hard chocolate topping)
  • Nutella
  • Tirimisu
  • Menthe
  • Sex on the Beach (better than the drink: Nutella, Caffe, and Tirimisu combined)
  • Caffe
  • Antica Deliza (the home flavor of our local gelataria-vanilla, caffe, with some sort of vanilla wafer crushed in it)
  • Amaretto
  • Pinolata (Pine Nut)
  • Smarties (Vanilla with m&m’s)
  • Salted Carmel

Not to mention the fruit flavors:

  • Melone (Cantaloupe)
  • Limone
  • Fragola (Strawberry)
  • Peche
  • Pompelmo Rosa (Pink Grapefruit)

And finally: the flavor I was afraid would get away! Petale di Rosa. Did it live up to the hype? Not exactly, but the thrill of the hunt made it great. The kids were so caught up in the mystique of the rosa that they chose it too: Jasper paired it with Menthe (does everything go with Menthe? Jasper thinks so) and Magnolia with Chocolate (and she’s right; everything goes with chocolate).

Star-Crossed Gelato Picks:

  • Chrissy: Bacio & Pistachio (Pistachio! Who knew?)
  • Melisa: Bacio & Caffe (tho Melisa notes that the Cioccolato Fondente sorbetto she had would be her favorite single flavor selection)
  • Jasper: Menthe & Stracciatella (Menthe paired with all sorts of flavors for Jas)
  • Magnolia: Cioccolato & Melone (picked over and over)

Tomorrow, our last day in Italy, may be time for GELATO FOR BREAKFAST.

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1 Response to “Gelato, Everyday”


  1. 1 PAT PARKINSON July 21, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    I MAY HAVE TO GO TO ITALY SOON…….. JUST FOR THE GELATO!!


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