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stracciatella ice cream


A scoop of stracciatella ice cream

A sweet cream based ice cream swirled through with ribbons of dark chocolate.

Can I eat this?

Suitable for vegetarians.

No hydrogenated fats, GMO, or artificial ingredients.

allergens

Danieli stracciatella gelato contains the following allergens…

Eggs
Nuts
Soya
Milk
Gluten

Please be advised that whilst we make every effort to control allergens, cross contamination may occur and traces of allergens may be present in all flavours.


make mine a double

a scoop of strawberry sorbet in a cone

We think stracciatella ice cream goes particularly well with…strawberry sorbet for a hit of fruit with a cool clean flavour. Deliciously simple.

I’ll try a triple

a scoop of cherry ice cream in a cone

a scoop of dark chocolate sorbet in a cone

A triple scoop is an opportunity to create the perfect combo of flavours. Add in a scoop of cherry ice cream for a bright fruity flavour and intensify the chocolate element with some dark chocolate sorbet.


about stracciatella ice cream

Stracciatella is THE quintessential Italian ice cream. They may be masters of chocolate gelato, and know a thing or two about nuts, but stracciatella is numero uno.

Stracciatella is all about the base. It literally defines gelato. Good gelato feels creamy on the tongue, but remains stubbornly cool. Delicate flavours are allowed to shine and, despite the creaminess, the palate feels refreshed. How so? It is made with more milk, and less cream. Less fat means less sugar. Just clean, bright flavour. There is no vanilla; just the subtle nuance of the milk.

Slowly churned, with very little air (which why it feels so creamy) the now frozen ‘fior di latte’ gelato is layered with drizzle upon drizzle of melted dark chocolate which hardens as it cools. Folded in, this creates the strands for which stracciatella is named.

Slowly savour and appreciate a simple tub of stracciatella and you will understand what true gelato really means…