Mörk Choklad, Chocolate Puro, Zartbitterschokolade, Tumma Suklaa, Chocolat à Croquer, Ren Chokolade, Shocolate sin Leche
You thought vanilla was boring, but think again.
Hazel the squirrel’s favorite flavor.
Oranges from the Caribbean, fine cognac from France, and gelato from Charleston.
Nutella is a flavor beloved by all humans, except Isabel. She doesn’t understand that hazelnut and chocolate combine to create a super-hero flavor. Use this for your next Banana Split and you’ll never crave one of those fancy French crepes again.
P.B.G.T. Peanut Butter Gelato Time!
The quintessential Italian flavor, plus mint. All Italians love to eat it, and all Americans hate trying to pronounce it. Strattʃaˈtɛlla Menta.
Il quintessestial sapore gelato italiano . Tutti gli Italiani amano mangiare straciatella, e tutti gli Americani detestano cercando di pronunciarlo. Mangia!
If you missed Boone Hall Plantation’s Lowcountry Strawberry Festival this Spring, just head over to the Farmer’s Market and we’ll let U-Pick all the pints of Strawberry Gelato you can carry.
Hot & Cold, Sweet & Bitter, Breakfast & Dessert. It’s a winning combination.
Yogurt and ice cream hung out together and got mellow.
Almond Joys are my Mother’s favorite candy bar. When you combine chocolate, coconut, and almonds there isn’t really anything that could go wrong.
In Italy, they eat Torrone, a confection made of egg whites, sugar, honey, and almonds, during the Christmas holiday. We think you should enjoy our Torrone Gelato all year long.
Chocolate is probably the most delicious flavor in the world. If you don’t start drooling now, you’re doing it wrong.
In Charleston, we live near the sea. We don’t get our salt from it, but we do live there.
Biscotto in Italian means twice cooked. Italians make crunchy almond cookies and bake them twice, then they dunk them in fresh espresso. We suggest you leave the oven off and just add this to your affogatto.
Proprio come il vero zucchero candito italiano, cannellini rici, il nostro gelato è piena di cannella.
Grab a shot of the real stuff! Amaretto liquor is made from almonds and apricot pits. It’s sweet, nutty, and slightly bitter. Add a scoop of our gelato and make a fabulous adult milkshake. Or save the calories and just eat the gelato.
After the Revolution, the British West Indies were forbidden from selling Rum to America. So, Charleston began distilling to provide for it’s citizens. Today, High Wire, Firefly, and Striped Pig all distill rum in the city. Get your hands on their booze and our Rum Gelato to celebrate American independence.
Picture an old fort in the distance, cool ocean breeze, the sound of children playing in a fountain shaped like a pineapple. We suggest you scoop our Coconut Sorbet and take a walk around The Battery. This downtown park overlooks the Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumter, and the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
Saffron Bakery on East Bay Street has cakes, pies, and fresh baked bread. And we’ve got Gelato di Zafferano.
Remember going to the theater with your Dad and eating licorice flavored Good n’ Plenty candies? Yeah, it’s kind of like that. Or, maybe it’s your new substitute for Sambuca.
Make Betty Crocker jealous.
Refreshing, lightly sweet, lacking those nasty color additives. When mint gelato is around, who needs a toothbrush?
It will look good as your mustachio.