Top 5 Most Popular Gelato Flavors


Gelato has always been a popular Italian dessert for a good Saturday afternoon. It serves as a healthier alternative to ice cream, due to its low count of calories and fat. However, for those who are just now discovering the sweet treat, they may have some trouble picking the right flavor. To help give recommendations to our new gelato-fans, here are the top five most popular gelato flavors. All of these flavors are served in our store.

Note: Please eat the alcoholic gelato responsibly.

Amaretto

This fan-favorite flavor from Italy’s own native liquor, the Amaretto’s sweetness blends wonderfully with the creamy texture. Whether it is for a Friday night out on a date, or an end to a fancy dinner party, the Amaretto will always be a crowd-pleaser.

Chocolate-Hazelnut

If you are still unsure of the difference in taste between hazelnut and chocolate, then this combo flavor should appease your taste buds confusion. Either way, these two different yet surprisingly similar tastes are only enhanced when they are combined into one delicious scoop.

Pistachio

Now it is time for a classic flavor! Try the Pistachio gelato, a flavor that never seems to go out of style. The pistachios’ nutty texture is enhanced by a unique sweetness only found in the creamy texture. Pistachio is one of those flavors that should work in theory, but somehow it just does.

Peach

If you are looking for a fruitier alternative, then try the classic peach gelato. The juicy tang only enhances the pleasure of the cream, and it is right at home with the tropical south Florida area.

Raspberry

For a fruit flavor with more of a kick to it, the raspberry recipe may just be what you are looking for. Its sweet-yet-sour tang wakes you up immediately and livens your taste buds for an exciting treat that leaves you coming back for more.

Whether you prefer the sweet Chocolate-Hazelnut, or the tangy Raspberry, there are far more flavors to chose and experiment with in our gelato flavors selection. Be sure to come on down to FYI for not just the best recommendations, but for the company of others who are also discovering new flavors as well.

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