CLASSIC SWEET ICE CREAMS

CLASSIC SWEET ICE CREAMS

TASTE

Millefoglie

The delicious taste of the custard wraps around the layers of pastry, multiplying the goodness.

Did you know that?

The millefeuille cake, also known as Napoleon, is a cake whose origin is unknown. It is mentioned for the first time in the book Cruisinier fraçois, by Francois Pierre de La Varenne of 1651.

COMBINATIONS

Millefoglie – Zabaione – Dark Chocolate
Millefoglie – Lemon Cake – Raspberry
Millefoglie – Crunchy Amarena

TASTE

Tiramisu

The cream of mascarpone and eggs wraps around the soft sponge cake soaked in coffee.

Did you know that?

There are two regions of Italy that compete for the invention of Tiramisu: Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia. The promise for anyone who tastes it is to be “pulled up”…

COMBINATIONS

Tiramisu – Raspberry – Bronte Pistachio
Tiramisu – Strawberry – Fiordilatte
Tiramisu – Berries – Banana – Dark Chocolate
Tiramisu – Dark Chocolate – Marron Glacé

TASTE

Lemon Cake

A soft and consistent ice cream like the cake of the same name, enhanced by the refreshing taste of lemon.

Did you know that?

Poor in calories and rich in vitamin C, lemon has many properties, including the ability to aid digestion and strengthen the immune system.

COMBINATIONS

Lemon cake – Dark Chocolate – Ginger
Lemon cake – Orange Chocolate – Fiordilatte

TASTE

Sicilian Cassata

The intense flavors of Sicily are mixed in this taste rich in colors and sensations. Made with ricotta cheese, almond paste and candied fruit.

Did you know that?

The legend tells of a shepherd who one night decided to mix ricotta with sugar, and to call this cake “Quas’at” (bowl in Arabic) from the name of the bowl used to knead the ingredients.

COMBINATIONS

Cassata Siciliana – Dark Chocolate
Cassata Siciliana – Mozart
Cassata Siciliana – Ricotta and Pear

TASTE

Profiterole

A cascade of cream and chocolate wraps around soft cream puffs.

Did you know that?

Profiterole is a sweet born in France, thanks to the culinary genius of an Italian: it was the chef Popelini, following Caterina De Medici, who invented the pasta of the puffs (choux pasta), the basis of the first profiterole.

COMBINATIONS

Profiterole – Black Passion – Passion Fruit
Profiterole – Berries – Dark Chocolate