Gelato Fiasco Banana Stracciatella Sorbetto
Banana Sorbetto with Hand spun Chocolate Chips
First off, I will never understand how they can manage to keep the sorbetto so creamy. While it's not on the same level as their gelato or ice cream, it's still a remarkable feat with no dairy involved.
The flavor is surprisingly how I like my bananas to taste. Nothing artificial or too ripe here. The flavor is just perfect to me and my banana preference which is impressive. I mean since they're making this in smaller batches, I'm sure the quality control and use of high quality ingredients helps out as well. Still, great job with the flavor of the base guys!
Second, is The Gelato Fiasco the only company making sorbetto with mix-ins? Outside of their Raspberry Truffle and Pomegranate Chip flavors, I can't think of any other companies doing this. I always thought it had something to do with the sorbetto's making but The Gelato Fiasco proves that theory wrong.
The hand spun chocolate is similar to what Grater's does when they add chocolate to their pints. While there's no huge chunks here like in their Espresso flavor I had, the chocolate is still sizable at times. Once again, it's high quality but more on the milk chocolate side this time around. When combined with the base, you essentially have a chocolate covered banana but a lot creamier.
If you're looking for a banana fix, this is one of your best bets on the market.
Verdict? Better than the majority of banana ice creams
Buy Again? If I was in Maine without my beloved Stewart's.