Gelato is not ice-cream. Ice-cream
is not gelato. What's the big
difference? Gelato is better.
Gelato is not ice-cream
The literal translation of the Italian word “Gelato” is “Ice-cream”. This creates a lot of confusion and misunderstanding. While both are sweet frozen dairy products, the similarities end there. We think that authenticity is important. Putting the title "gelato" on a product means that it should live up to certain standards. It should be made fresh. It should use the best ingredients, both locally-sourced and from far away: Italy, for example. Our pistachios are from Bronte, Sicily. Our hazelnuts are from Piedmont. We use only all-natural ingredients, no exceptions. Anything that doesn't live up to these standards is just not gelato.