Dark chocolate orange
Dark Chocolate Orange
Rich and intense dark chocolate infused and topped with candied orange pieces, dairy free and ready to devour.
Water, Sugar Syrup (Sugar, Water, Glucose Syrup, Dextrose), Dark Chocolate: (Cocoa Mass, Sugar, Soya Lecithin, Natural Vanilla.), Cocoa Powder, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Glucose Syrup, Sucrose, Citric Acid (E330), Sulphur Dioxide (E220), Potassium Sorbate (E202), Chicory Root Fibre, Stabiliser (0.3%) Glucose Syrup, Carob Gum, Sodium Alginate, Carrageenan, Mono And Diglycerides Fat, Salt.
All icesmith flavours are produced in an environment where nuts, peanuts, milk, gluten, eggs and alcohols containing sulphites are handled. Allergens are highlighted in bold.
Store at -18˚C
Servings Per pack: 5. Nutrition per 80g Serving:
Energy: 351kJ/83kcal; Fat: 5.0g Sat Fat: 2.9g, Carbohydrates: 21g, Sugars:19g Protein: 2.0g, Salt: 0.26g
For the best taste and experience, please eat immediately or within 2 days of delivery and up to 6 weeks after delivery as over time the flavour intensity reduces, and becomes duller.
The icesmith small batch gelato process ensures that all flavours are freshly made and intended to excite and inspire your palate. Our gelato is very dense as it is not pumped with air and uses a higher percentage of fruit, chocolate or nut (unlike commercial gelato and ice cream). While this means that there is more product in the container and the flavour is more intense, it also requires some time to warm up once removed from the freezer.
We recommend that you allow 15 minutes for it to thaw before indulging and appreciating the flavour. Please note that alcoholic products require 5-10 minutes of thawing due to the alcohol content which reduces freezing capacity. When not being consumed, our gelato and sorbetto should be stored in the freezer at -18˚C or below. If at all possible it is best not to refreeze after serving, as ice crystals will form, introducing graininess into the the smooth gelato.
Please do not use ice cubes to transport the gelato, as the biodegradable packaging may begin to disintegrate once the ice cubes begin to thaw.
Gelato production currently suspended, look out in 2021!