Ciao Bella Fresh Mint Chocolate Chip Gelato
This takes mint chocolate chip to a whole other place. The gelato actually tastes like fresh mint has somehow disappeared into it, and the heaviness is obscured by the refreshing tingle. And there's chocolate. So, perfect. Somehow I continually justify spending $8 on it at the Italian imports shop near my place, and I'm the roommate who buys one-ply to save a buck. ($8 at icecreamsource)
After a successful dinner party, everyone enjoys relaxing with a sweet and satisfying dessert and their favorite espresso drink. With a cappuccino or steaming shot of espresso to accompany a classic tiramisu or chocolate-covered p... After a successful dinner party, everyone enjoys relaxing with a sweet and satisfying dessert and their favorite espresso drink. With a cappuccino or steaming shot of espresso to accompany a classic tiramisu or chocolate-covered profiterole, there are few things better than easing into an engaging conversation and gracefully letting the evening unfold. To keep this relaxing experience as hassle-free as possible, we've paired our favorite Italian espresso with two authentic desserts produced near Milano, Italy. This Italian-style sampler will remind you of an evening spent at an outdoor café in Europe. This assortment includes: Caffe Vergnano 1882 Gourmet Espresso: Italy''s Vergnano Arabica blend is a product with a delicate flavor and smooth aroma which is created by the low roasting of only the very best varieties of Arabica from Central and South America. We've included their Medium Grind, which can be used in automatic drip filters to create easy, espresso-roast flavor with the push of a button. (8.8 oz.) Tiramisu by Solo Italia: The most classic of all Italian desserts, prepared for you following the tradition of a local recipe. Soft sponge cake is drenched in a light coffee-flavored liqueur, a creamy white mascarpone mousse with a dash of Marsala wine, all sprinkled with cocoa. (3 oz) Profiteroles by Solo Italia: Delicate pastry puffs filled with vanilla custard and covered with fine chocolate. An absolute delight! (3 oz)
i know a sweet little boy and loving grandma that have a tradtion of dipping biscotti in coffee this would be the best gift for them ;)
Kinder Eggs from Italy, they are plastic eggs coated with chocolate. Once you eat the chocolate there is a plastic egg inside which you open and find a little prize.