The great tradition of Italian fruit in shell, a uniqueness that is recognized throughout the world, is a full exaltation in homemade gelato.
The Piedmont IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) hazelnut, so called "Gentile delle Langhe" comes from our Langa, Roero and Monferrato hills,you will find its flavour incomparable, characterized by aroma, crispness thanks to the right toasting.
Beautiful when showed by itself, it is an essential element of the true "gianduja" cream and necessary ingredient of an excellent nougat.
The pistachio of Bronte. The town of Bronte (Sicily) is the capital of the Italian pistachio, an unique and special fruit universally recognized due to its unqualed aroma. "Oro Verde" (the green gold), so it is called the "green pistachio of Bronte" is sweet, delicate and aromatic.
The Val di Noto almond. "The marriage between almond and gelato is celebrated in Sicily. Since centuries".
It was exactly a Sicilian man, Procopio Cutelli, who opened the first café in Paris, where gelato sorbets were served, in 1683. "From the countryside of Noto, in Syracuse, the fruit has come more fragrant, the richer in protein and essences. Mediterranean scents, unmistakable. The sweet and bitter, harmonious contrast of Sicilian lands.