Six delicious flavours
Made with coconut cream
It's 98% Sugar Free
No added sugar
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Did you hear our BIG news on radio? Dairy Bell is continuing! We are continuing the production of their fantastic ice-cream recipes and keeping open the 5 Dairy Bell stores, with the East Malvern store moving around the corner... Good news for ice-cream lovers!
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A subtle espresso flavour, using Brazilian coffee beans, a nice little caffeine hit
A tested favourite, crushed chocolate biscuits folded though a creamy gelato
A truly moden flavour, a perfectly balanced Salted Caramel gelato, layered with a toffee swirl, a palate tantalizer.
A truly modern flavour, a perfectly balanced salted caramel gelato, layered with a toffee swirl, palate tantaliser
Luscious silky white chocolate and coconut gelato, laced with white chocolate pieces, ripple and crushed biscuits
The history of gelato dates back to frozen desserts served in ancient Rome and Egypt. Made from snow and ice it was brought down from mountain tops and preserved below the ground.
Later, frozen desserts appeared during banquets at the Medici Court in Florence, Italy.
The Florentine cook Bernardo Buontalenti is said to have invented modern ice cream in 1565, as he presented his recipe and his innovative refrigerating techniques to Catherine De’ Medici. She in turn brought the novelty to France, where in 1686 the Sicilian fisherman Francesco Procopio Dei Coletelli perfected the first ice cream machine.
The popularity of gelato is said to have only increased in the 1920s-1930s in the northern Italian city of Varese, where the first gelato cart was developed. Italy is the only country where the market share of handmade gelato versus industrial one is over 55%.