We update the flavors daily (sometimes many times a day). The flavors here are synchronized with the flavors we have on the board at the store.
About our flavors
“If the flavors don’t sing with intensity, if the creaminess isn’t perfectly balanced, if our sorbet flavors don’t invigorate the palate, then it’s not Art of Gelato.”
Every flavor is created from its own unique and well-balanced recipe. Our quality, tradition and passion shines through. We never, ever use pre-made bases or mass-produced flavor pastes.
Like any great artist, the seasons inspire our laboratorio. From blueberries and stone fruits in the summer, to rich nut and chocolate-based creations in the winter.
At Delini gelato you’ll find 12 different flavors, crafted daily in small batches, using as many local and organic ingredients as possible and stored in traditional pozzetti cabinet.
White chocolate gelato
Our White chocolate gelato is made with Valrhona's very special Dulcey chocolate: buttery, toasty, with caramel flavors of shortbread.
Creme brulee gelato
It’s no surprise that our Creme Brûlée flavor is inspired by the exquisite classic French dessert that many of us adore. The unmistakable taste comes from its eggy vanilla bean custard base and completed by our own crushed caramel as topping. This flavor is mind-blowing delish, and if you like Creme Brûlée you’ll love a scoop of our signature gelato flavor.
This scrumptious delicacy is made with my mom's perfectly balanced recipe for baklava, which we often enjoyed as kids. To make the baklava gelato absolutely unique, I’ve added real Organic Bulgarian Rose Oil which probably deserves a post of its own. We work with the highest-end Organic Bulgarian Rose Oil, directly imported from Bulgaria from the oldest operating rose farm in the world.
Persian flower and organic dark chocolate
If you've never tasted saffron before in sweet applications you now have the opportunity to try it.
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Over the last few decades, the number of chemicals added to foods and other products has skyrocketed.
Gelato vs Ice Cream vs Sorbetto: What’s the Big Difference?
Let's talk about the difference between gelato, ice-cream and sorbetto.