pesca

pesca

The real secret to a great tasting peach sorbet is - no surprises! - managing to buy perfectly ripe peaches full of taste, preferably not "pumped up" with water before harvesting; the rest is the usual: use plenty, do not peel them (the peel gives a very pleasant slightly bitter sensation), and add mineral water and white cane sugar. Our advice is to try this sorbet in the company of a good amaretto biscuit that you crumble up and mix with bits of dark chocolate and some good friends.

peach

peach

The peach is a deciduous tree (i.e. bearing an edible juicy fruit also called a peach) native from China which fruits are generally categorized into two major groups: common peach, characterized by the hairy skin and either a yellow or white inside pulp; and nectarine, characterized by the smooth and shiny skin. We prefer the peaches with yellow pulp, less prone to oxidation. Peach is a fruit often penalized by early harvesting and the choice of cultivars, selected according to aesthetic rather then organoleptic principles: it is for this reason that we grow on the farm Mura Mura® the Maria Marta cultivar maturing in July, and the Kaweah cultivar, maturing between August and September.

WATER FROM Sparea® SPRINGS

WATER FROM Sparea® SPRINGS

Yes, you read correctly. Just as you would do, we chose to make our sorbets and Sicilian granita with water from "Sparea®" Springs. This water is born in a unique niche in the Piedmontese Alps and is extremely light and pure - ideal for accompanying the fruit from the organic farm, Mura Mura®. We are a little crazy… but you can certainly taste the difference!

 
NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Nutritional facts/100g

Calories492 Kj
116 Kcal
Total fat<0,5 g
   saturated FAT<0,1 g
Total carbohydrate28,5 g
   sugars28,5 g
Protein<0,5 g
Salt<0,01 g

INGREDIENTS


Grom guarantees its customers, as evident in this ingredients list, the absence of the following additives in our gelato and in its ingredients: emulsifiers, colors, flavouring, preservatives.