Aberdeen scoops Crolla's Gelateria

Aberdeen scoops Crolla's Gelateria

Aberdeen is set to welcome the first Crolla’s Gelateria north of the central belt, due to open its doors on Thursday.

The family-run business, which first began producing authentic Italian gelato in 1895, has several locations in Glasgow, and is now branching out across the country.

Peter Crolla JNR, managing director and the fifth generation of Crolla’s, says: “We are delighted to bring Crolla’s to the city of Aberdeen. In 1895 my great- grandfather left the warm sunshine of Italy for the less predictable climes of Scotland and set up his first shop in Queen Mary Street, Glasgow.

“We are very proud to have been producing traditional Italian ice cream ever since, for over 120 years, using our own secret family recipe.”

Peter continues, “Our chefs offer over 80 flavours of ice cream, from traditional vanilla to

coconut to cookie dough, and have something to suit every palette.

“Customers can watch our passionate chefs making our amazing Gelato on-site daily and can also to see their own creations come to life. Our cold stone creations also allows customers to create their own flavour by mixing their favourite Gelato and toppings together to personalise their sweet treat.”

“It’s not just ice cream, we will also be offering mouthwatering sundaes, milkshakes and smoothies, refreshing frozen drinks and our own freshly made Italian coffee.

“Very shortly we will also be offering a delivery service so our products can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. The Crolla’s team is very much looking forward to welcoming the people of Aberdeen to our new Rosemount store.”

 

 

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