Gelato flavours, here are the new trends – Martini Linea Gelato

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Gelato flavours: and you? Are you up to date with the new trends?

25 marzo 2019

Dulce de Leche Variegate and Salted Butter Caramel are the latest news

To offer gelato masters and pastry chefs quality products up with market demands, Martini Linea Gelato continues to develop and expand its range of gelato flavours, as shown in the first exhibitions in 2019, Sigep among all.

Indeed, precisely during the most important appointment of the year, we presented two new flavours that have both achieved enormous success: Salted Butter Caramel and Dulce de Leche Variegate.

The Dulce de Leche Variegate, a South American inspired recipe, contains two simple and genuine ingredients such as milk and sugar, enriched with a natural note of vanilla and without the addition of preservatives and artificial ingredients. Thanks to its particular structure, the Dulce de Leche by Martini Linea Gelato is suitable to both the garnishing of gelato and the decoration and filling of pastry products, maintaining a perfect consistency depending on the case (negative or positive temperatures).

The Dulce de Leche Variegate belongs to the new Selezione Prestige, the flavouring pastes and variegate line presented at Sigep 2019, characterised by rich recipes, highly selected raw materials, cutting-edge production processes and an elegant and at the same time functional packaging, both for the use and for the storage of the product. The line currently includes 4 other items (Mango Paste, Peach Variegate, Strawberry Variegate and Plum Variegate), but promises to expand considerably throughout the year.

In the same way, another flavour that has recently entered the Martini Linea Gelato range is the Salted Butter Caramel: an already perfectly balanced and complete base to make a gelato with the unique taste of toffee, enriched with a delicate note of butter and salt. A current trend, in Italy and abroad, which has achieved incredible success at Sigep.

What are you waiting for? Try them now!