What's more Italian than an espresso? We put a lot of energy into creating a flavourful and strong gelato. Espresso: a story that is as old as mankind and refreshes the soul with its bold yet delicate taste.
"A kiss can be compared to salty water. Drink and your thirst will get deeper". The ingredients merge together and produce an exciting flavour. Dolcenero dedicates this flavour to Paolo and Francesca (the Divine Comedy lovers) and to all the romantic souls who daydream.
The Caramel Dolcenero: the genius of the simplicity. The raw sugar of reed candied with its rich and delicate taste, makes this unique and amazing ice cream, devoted to whom knows to appreciate the simple and precious things of the life. To enjoy the irresistible temptations of sweetness and the appetizing tang of saltiness with a single product. Are you ready to cross the new frontiers of the gelato experience? Salted Caramel, a balanced blend of sweet and salty, also featured in a chocolate ripple with peanut grains.
The dairyman from whom we take the best fresh milk helps us create one of the most simple and amazing flavour: the "fiordilatte" (just the best of milk), a real extasy.
Dulce De Leche
Its taste reminds you of toffee and takes you to boundless spaces and romantic oceans.
Intensely flavored of hazelnut, this is the most popular flavor in Italy (where it is called Nocciola). Lightly roasted, the taste of this hazelnut even to the novice, is incredible - it's not to be missed!
So good you'll fall in love with it.
At the feet of the Etna Volcano in Sicily, there is a small village called Bronte where the best pistachios of the world come from. It is emerald green and has a strong scent. It is unique and it grows only in these wild and lava lands. We would like people to enjoy the beauty of this Sicilian landscape and appreciate the hands that reap the fruit of this treasure. NUTRITIONAL INFO - ngredients: Milk, Sugar, Cream, Pure Sicilian Pistachios, Dextrose.Total fat content: 8.6%; Total fat content: 8.6%
The legend says that in the XVII century the grand Duke Cosimo III De' Medici visited Siena and there the confectioners created this wonderful dessert in his honor. They called it "Zuppa del Granduca". It became so successful that it was soon reputed an aphrodisiac, gaining the epithet of "Tiramisù". We dedicate it to lovers, to those who know what love is and to those, lucky people, who have already met their better half.
A lively, young and colorful flavor born when yogurt meets a cascade of cherries, chocolate and amaretto biscuits.
The most-loved American dessert becomes a gelato, thanks to our creativity! Crumbled biscuits and a thick layer of fresh cheese will give you an explosion of pleasure.
Dolcenero, our signature flavour, stands for sweet (dolce) and black (nero). Despite its simplicity, It evokes strong emotions, in the tradition of the italian art (Monnalisa smile). Dairy free and fat free, Dolcenero is amazingly cremous, tasty and passional.
We would like you to share the "taste" of the Farmers Market Sundays with us.
The Californian lemon is rich in essential oils, vitamin C and mineral salts. It is characterized by a strong sharpness and lovely aroma. Our lemon pays homage to this classic taste respecting the Italian taste "par excellence".
We will take you straight under the shade of a palm tree on the sea shore.
The miraculous fruit: not only is it rich in potassium and iron but it also has a low quantity of salt. It helps fight high blood pressure and stimulates the production of blood cells. The Banana makes you happy!
The Blackberry is rich in vitamins, useful for our well being and good for our eyesight. This rich flavour is created especially for nature lovers and those who love wandering in the woods.
We don’t use any industrial bases when producing our ice-cream, just a few simple, selected, natural ingredients, such as water, fresh milk and cream, sugar, fiber, eggs, top-quality fruit, IGP-certified Piedmont hazelnuts, and our chocolate.
No bright green for the pistacchio or vivid pink for the strawberry. The shades are exactly the same as the fruit they come from.