If you've ever wondered what is the difference between gelato and ice cream, now's your chance to find out!
The name "gelato" actually means "ice cream" in Italian. The two desserts are similar but not identical: when it comes to their ingredients and how they're made, they are not interchangeable.Both are made with milk and cream.The differences between gelato and ice cream have to do with the amount of air, fat, and sugar. Ice cream can contain up to 50 percent air. Gelato has far less than that. Gelato also has less fat than ice cream, coming in at 4-8 percent versus ice cream’s 14 percent. Sugar is used in both frozen desserts to make them taste sweet, but it also helps lower the temperature at which they freeze.
So if you want something creamy and rich-tasting without all the fat (or if you just want something cool to eat on a hot summer day), then gelato might be right up your alley!
REASONS TO LOVE OUR GELATO!
Gelato Divino’s Authentic Italian ice-cream is produced fresh on daily basis in every countries’ own fully HACCP certified production facility. This is the key to Gelato Divino’s success, that we produce the Gelato fresh everywhere in the world.Till today the base ingredients of our Gelato come from the home-town of Gelato Divino, Alba in Italy!
Our specialized chefs can create over 150 different flavors of Gelato with almost any ingredients, even special ones like Ginger, Lemongrass or Parmesan Cheese!
Highlights of our Gelato
All our ingredients are fresh and natural including plenty of fresh fruit particularly in our sorbets and real nuts from the rolling hills of the Piemonte region in Italy.