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Completely customized gelato cakes. Delicious. Two layers of gelato, you pick the flavors. One layer of spongecake soaked with something delicious (rum, marsala, coffee, vanilla, Cointreau). Semifreddo mousse and a mirror glaze. Impress your guests or eat one by yourself, we won't judge.
$45 / 9" round (serves 12-15)
Gelati & Sorbetti
Dammi un bacio. Chocolate and hazelnuts making out. There's nothing wrong with that.
Think of the amazing smell when you make French toast. Beurre noisette (literally hazelnut butter) is a comforting flavor of lightly-browned butter. Insanely good.
In Italy, it's considered poor form to have a cappuccino after 11am. From then on, it's only espresso. Lucky for you, coffee gelato is fair game any time of day. Ours is made with 100% Pellini espresso.
Chocolate. Mmmmmm chocolate. It can change your mood. It's supposedly an aphrodisiac. Our chocolate gelato is made from 100% single origin chocolate sourced from Guayaquil, Equador. You'll be pillow talking in spanish in no time.
If you like gelato but you're vegan, it can be tough. We've found a solution for you: chocolate gelato made with soy milk. Dairy free, full of flavor.
Even the cold winters in Boulder can feel like a tropical paradise. Grab a cone of coconut. Mini umbrella not included.
Cocco e basilico
Coconut & basil
If we were stranded on a desert island, we'd be praying for basil. We'll just assume the coconuts are already there. Gotta try it to believe it.
A comforting, fragrant infusion of earl grey tea. A nice cold chai with plenty of moloko.
Fior di latte
Flower of milk
It's our namesake so we take it seriously. What is fior di latte? Translated literally it's "flower of milk", but we like to call it "the best that milk has to offer". In Italy, fior di latte is the test flavor that let's you know if the gelateria is a good one. You can taste the quality of the ingredients with no frills.
Another classic sorbet, strawberry is a must. Drizzle with some high-quality balsamic if that's your fancy.
Fragola & balsamico
Strawberry & balsamic
Common in the summer in Modena, Italy, you'll see ripe strawberries drizzled with the famous balsamic vinegar from–you guessed it–Modena. A classic combination that makes for an amazingly refreshing sorbet.
Frutti di bosco
Forest berries, mixed berries, call it whatever you want. A flavorful sorbet with strawberries, blackberries & raspberries.
Lemon sorbet is an Italian classic. When done right it really is something special. We do it right.
Limone e basilico
Lemon & basil
Lemon and basil sorbet. Sounds kind of weird, but it's one of the most refreshing and unique flavors around.
The yellow-ist flavor you'll ever see. No artificial colors added, those are just mangos.
Mmmmmmm. Delicious mascarpone cheese. Try it with coffee gelato or a shot of espresso poured over the top. Sprinkle with coco powder for a twist on tiramisù.
Hazelnuts from Piedmont are not like hazelnuts from anywhere else in the world. Now you don't need to go there to taste them. You're welcome. By the way, keep this one away from Giulia.
We knew that our nocciola was great, but who knew that it would work so well with soy milk? Dairy-free but still creamy and luscious. Vegan or not, you'll love this one.
Have you every tasted a gelato made with 100% pure pistachio? You sure? There's a reason why they call it "l'oro verde" in Italy, (green gold). This is some seriously good $#!%.
A vegan-friendly green gold. 100% pure pistachio. Vegans rejoice.
Fior di latte & dark chocolate flakes
Smooth fior di latte gelato with crunchy dark chocolate shavings. Chew with your mouth closed.
We tried vanilla from all over the world before deciding on 100% pure vanilla beans from Madagascar. It was not a hard decision. Combined with our crema egg base, it's even more delicious.
Don't call it frozen yogurt. It's much better than that. Rich and creamy but still light and refreshing.