Gelato Shop: La Verdure
Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Izumi-ku, Ryokuen, 5 -29-20 – Japan
Flavor: Natsumatsuri (Summer Festival)
This gelato is the expression of kakigori (water ice), the beverage that represents summertime in Japan. It is produced in four layers: strawberry gelato, milk gelato, strawberry granita and rose sauce. This gelato is at the same time very original and made with flavors that everybody can enjoy without ever getting tired of it, such as strawberries.
Yu Lee & Amber Lin
Gelato Shop: Ninao Gelato Classico – No.720, Anbei Rd. Anping Dist., Tainan City – Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Flavor: La Dolce Vita di Tè
The basis of “La Dolce Vita di Tè” is Honey Black Tea from Alishan. It is one of the most luxurious teas in the world. It is garnished with Taiwanese Lychee Honey and Puffed Purple Rice from Pingtung. The light milky flavour of the gelato harmonizes perfectly with the fragrant black tea and the heavier taste of the lychee caramel. To finish, the traditional pop rice on top creates a rich texture. Presenting a fun fusion of Asia and Italy.
Gelato Shop: Arita
Nagasaki-Ken, Nagasaki-Shi, Azekari-Cho 1613-318 (Sougoujimusyo) – Japan
Flavor: Delizie al limone – A Memory of Amalfi
This gelato is created from the memory of a delicious dessert Gelatiere Arita tasted while visiting Amalfi. The flavor combines three different gelati: one flavored with natural lemons, one with Fromage Blanc and one using hazelnuts from Piedmont. These flavors are balanced and garnished with a sour lemon topping. To better accentuate the flavors, ganache pralines and caramelized hazelnuts are added for an attractive and graceful presentation.
Munehisa Tomoyuki & Munehisa Tomoko
Gelato Shop: L’oiseau Bleu
Yamaguchi-ken, Yamaguchi-shi, Ajisu, 509-16 – Japan
Flavor: Amalfi Coconuts with Meringue
A delicate gelato infused with rosemary, mixed with pureed pineapple, lemon, lime zest and juice, and a hint of olive oil. Coconut meringue is then sprinkled throughout the gelato. The milkfat is reduced by the use of olive oil. By emulsifying the ingredients well, it is creamy and smooth while maintaining the acidity and delicate aroma of pineapple and lime. In this way, the gelato has both characteristics of both “sorbetto” and milk-based “gelato”. The combination of lime, pineapple and olive oil, whose flavors are brought out at various temperatures, lets you feel the multitude of flavors and aromas in your mouth. The topping of roasted coconut meringue gives you some texture and hints of coconut. It is the perfect gelato to enjoy during the summer!
Gelato Shop: Yellow Lemon – n° 561,Mingshui Rd, Zhongshan District, Tainan, Dazhi, Taipei City – Taiwan
Flavor: White Passion
A white chocolate gelato is infused with mint, basil and lime. It is then combined with tangy Boiron passion fruit. Crunchy, Cacao Barry white chocolate and caramelized powder are added to give a fun texture. Enjoy!
Jun Tanaka & Shinzato Kaoru
Gelato Shop: Vito Atelier
Fukuoka-ken , Fukuoka-shi, Chūō-ku, Daimyō, 1 −8−12 Chome dainiseibu building 101 – Japan
Flavor: Chocolate Banana & Nuts
This chocolate gelato is flavored with a special recipe of sautéed bananas. An extraordinary praline is then made in small batches with crushed almonds, walnuts and finely chopped pistachios. The praline is then kneaded into the gelato to maintain its crunchiness in the rich, creamy gelato. The chocolate gelato base is prepared with a special, dark Spanish cacao as if it were a sorbet. It is then flavored with bananas sautéed together with pleasant aroma of Negrita Rum, giving the predominant flavor to the gelato. The pralines are then added at the end to maintain the crunchy texture.
Gelato Shop: Malga Gelato
Ishigawa-Ken, Nonoichi-Shi, Noshiro 1-20-101 Japan
Flavor: Salted pistachio and orange vanilla mascarpone
Made of three main elements: the pistachio base is made with pistachios that are carefully prepared by following an original recipe. The recipe focuses on the perfect timing and technique of roasting the pistachios and it adds salt to give them a perfect salty seasoning. The milk is then infused with the aroma of vanilla and orange, and it is added to a sweet mascarpone custard where the egg flavor is completely transformed by the fragrance of orange flowers. The berry sauce accentuates the acidity and acts as the director of a contrast of colors and a harmony of flavors.
Goro Sugiyama & Akiko Ｍotomura
Gelato Shop: Napoli Ice Cream Co. LTD. Gelateria la Napoli
Tokyo, Shinjuku-Ku , Samon-Cho, 21-1 New Shinanomachi, Haitsu, 1F – Japan
Flavor: Caribbean moment
This gelato makes you experience the same extraordinary happiness you have when enjoying Caribbean beaches. You feel like the character of a novel being taken through a story the moment you taste it. Coffee and mint are the perfect combination for Caribbean beaches. The coffee makes you feel at ease, the mint toffee is refreshing and the memory of rum and coconut milk linger long after the gelato. All constructed to connect the flavors to the image of the Caribbean. It’s gelato! Be fun!!
Kazuki Kawarada & Akiko Tagami & Shouhei Takegami
Gelato Shop: Samurai Gelato
Fukuoka-ken, fukuoka-shi, chuo-ku, ropponmatsu, 3-8-2 – Japan
Flavor: Samurai Zen-Caramel Houji Tea
This gelato reproduces the fragrance of Houji tea, a unique Japanese tea, not very well known in the world. It is a unique flavor made with an original process. As the soft caramel melts in your mouth, just a little bitter, it reveals also the delicious tea flavor of HOUJI. Fragrant almonds that still have their natural skin are added, enhancing the textural sensation. This is truly a gelato for a refined palate.
Gelato Shop: Gelateria Sincerita
Tokyo, Suginami-ku, Asagayakita, 1 −43−7 kuredoru asagaya 1F – Japan
Flavor: Rum Nuts
This flavor seems complex, but it is actually quite simple and good. It is an excellent combination of high quality walnuts and rum. It is designed to create a delicate Japanese flavor. The sweet heart of the gelato is thanks to Japanese sugar and acacia honey. The subtle hint of rum, only 1% of the recipe, is enhanced with a small amount of toasted bread, causing the flavor to be intensified by the flour. A pinch of salt is added at the end to complete the overall flavor.
Gelato Shop: Syokuto Hananoeki
Agritown – Tochigi-ken, Sano-shi, Ueshimochō, 802-4 – Japan
Flavor: Yogurt with honey, berry sauce and a hint of rose
The yogurt gelato is usually refreshing, but this recipe is adapted to make a rich taste similar to cheese and it is intensified by using honey. The topping is a delicious sauce made with strawberries, peaches, blueberries, blackberries and cranberries, and it is finished with a hint of rose fragrance. The yogurt flavor pairs extraordinarily well with the aroma of roses, and the berry topping adds more dimension to the rose flavor. The gelato is completed by a topping of freeze-dried raspberries.
Shohei Nakagawa & Nakagawa Mariko
Gelato Shop: Shinpachi
Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Ukyō-ku, Sagatenryūji Tsukurimichichō, 37-17 – Japan
Flavor: The Concert of the Forest
The mix of nuts is an orchestra, while apples and mint are its solo musical instruments. A high variety of nuts, their balance and their claim for personality are the key points of this product. This gelato is a concert, played by a sensation of wind blowing through the forest of mint. The apples act as the forest bears. The gelato is then topped with homemade apple compote and nut pesto.
Gelato Shop: Claret
Hyogo-ken, Kobe, Chuo Ward, Motomachidori, 2 -1-11 – Japan
Flavor: Panda (Bamboo & Black beans)
This gelato is created by infusing milk with bamboo powder, and once it is frozen, black beans are added. When you have some of this gelato, you will enjoy the perfect affinity of milk with a faint aroma of bamboo grass and hints of black beans, a typical product from the Tango region.
Yuki Nakatsuka & Tamaki Namiko & Waki Masanori
Gelato Shop: Gelateria Bar La Dolce Vita – Ōsaka-fu, Sakai-shi, Sakai-ku, Daisen Nakamachi 8-1 – Japan
Flavor: Roasted Pumpkin – Zucca al Forno
This gelato is made with delicious pumpkin baked in a Japanese stone kiln – Ishigama. By baking the pumpkin in this kiln, the roasted pumpkin flavor is concentrated and is maintained even with a cold gelato. It is already delicious like this, but it is further improved with some acidity added by yogurt. Walnuts and pickled raisins are sprinkled throughout to add richness and the gelato is completed with a touch of cumin, creating a Gelato so refined that it can be served with wine. It has an enjoyable texture and it is visually beautiful.
Gelato Shop: DolceFreddo
1320-5, Sankyuk-Dong, Bukgu Daegu – Korea
Flavor: Soia con Torta di Formaggio – Soy of Cheesecake
Soy of cheesecake is made of cheesecake with roasted soybean powder as a topping. You can taste the Korean traditional ingredients, such as roasted soybean powder, and Western traditional food, such as cheesecake, all in one bite.Roasted soybean powder is a Korean traditional ingredient which Koreans put on rice cakes called Injeolmi. As one of the Korean traditional foods, people enjoy eating it even in modern times. People at Gelato World Tour will be tempted by its tasty aroma and flavor!
Gelato Shop: Royal Farm Akamatsu
Kagawa-ken, Takamatsu-shi, Kōnanchō Yusa 2322-1 – Japan
Flavor: Burning Chocolate
The star of this flavor is Hontaka, the “legendary Red Pepper” of Kagawa region, combined with mildly bitter chocolate. The refined taste of cocoa and the exotic cinnamon are embraced by the main ingredients of milk and eggs. Sweet almond crisps are added as a topping to soften the stinging hot red pepper and at the same time let you enjoy a crunchy texture!