Can’t Wait for Summer Gelato Tasting at .Gelato Simply Italian

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Summer is just around the corner… we hope! And .Gelato Simply Italian and Toronto Common want to help you prepare for the warmer days ahead with a premium Gelato Tasting plus take away so you’re ready when the weather is!

Try 5 samples of gelato (normally a limit of 2 per guest) including their “Cannot Sample” premium flavours like pistachio, hazelnut, and non-dairy chocolate and take home a 1/2 kilo container with 2 flavours for $12! (usually $33 per kilo).

Toronto Common guests can also enjoy an optional medium gelato ($6.50 regular price) for the price of a small, $5 all in.

Warm days are precious in Toronto, be prepared with a little taste of Italy at the ready!

* Weights are per kilo like in Italy to ensure the highest quality and no added air in pricing.


.Gelato owner Alessandro has been making gelato with his mother in Rome since 1995, who started making gelato 22 years before that.
Alessandro brought their unique recipes and old world technique to Toronto in 2010 and still imports everything from premium ingredients to containers to the sample spoons direct from Italy where his mom owned and operated their location in Rome until 2013.
Alessandro enjoys being creative in his gelato lab, creating flavours that keep pushing the envelope on how people view gelato with over 163 recipes on rotation including spicy chocolate, black liquorice and pepper, and lime cilantro to name a few.
.Gelato also offers the best of imported Italian espresso, cookies, panettone, crepes and piadinas (Italian flatbread sandwiches), always with a focus on sourcing the best possible, authentic Italian ingredients.

PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online before 11pm Friday, April 24th, 2015.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Maximum attendance: 20 people

Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.

Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.

Toronto Common partners with local businesses to create fun, social events.

If you have any questions about this event or Toronto Common events in general please visit our FAQ or Contact us directly.

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