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6 Strange Gelato Flavours

You've heard of the typical gelato flavours like cioccolato, nocciola, and limone, but would you ever try olive oil gelato? Weird right? It does exist though! Check out our list of 6 strange (but delicious) gelato flavours.

 

You’ve heard of the typical gelato flavours like cioccolato, nocciola, and limone, but would you ever try olive oil gelato? Weird right? It does exist though! Check out our list of 6 strange (but delicious) gelato flavours.

 

1. Lemon & Rosemary Gelato

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Photo by Vincent Foret on Unsplash

You can find this sweet herb mix at Gelateria del Teatro in Rome, Italy.

 

2. Cioccolato & Pepperoncino Gelato

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Photo by Thomas Foley on Unsplash

If spice is your thing then this is chocolate and pepper gelato is worth trying. You can find this mix in many gelaterias all over Italy as it is fairly popular.

 

3. Cantaloupe & Prosciutto Gelato

 

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Photo by Chris Ralston on Unsplash

 

I’m sure you can imagine what this gelato tastes like. If you like the mix of melon and prosciutto then this is definitely worth trying.

4. Tomato & Basil Gelato

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Photo by Dennis Klein on Unsplash

Just like a tomato and basil salad, this gelato has that same fresh flavour.

 

5. Olive Oil Gelato

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Photo by Roberta Sorge on Unsplash

This odd but popular (in Italy) gelato flavour can also be easily made at home too!

 

6. Cannabis Gelato

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Photo by Rick Proctor on Unsplash

No, you will not get high from eating this. After many months of trying to perfect this combination, this gelato is said to have a nutty flavour with a strong aftertaste.

 

Do you know any other weird gelato flavours? Let us know in the comments!

 

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