CORNETTO ICE CREAM

 

Cornetto Ice Cream Singapore

 

Fun facts by Cornetto Ice cream Singapore!

How was Cornetto Ice Cream made?

( in history For a long time, the idea of selling frozen ice-cream cones had been impractical, as the ice cream would soak into the cone during the manufacturing process and make it soggy and unpalatable when served. It was in 1959 that Spica,[4] an Italian ice-cream manufacturer based in Naples, overcame this problem by insulating the inside of the waffle cone from the ice-cream with a coating of oil, sugar and chocolate. ) – credits to Wikipedia

50 year later ! – Each Cornetto takes your taste buds on a delicious journey: from the tantalizing topping, through the smooth ice cream, down to the crispy wafer cone to the chocolate tip.

 

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some ways to enjoy a cornetto

Scoopy’s & Cream Cornetto Ice cream Singapore supply also comes in the most Popular flavours such as :

Cornetto Classic 66g ( minimum Order of 24 pcs per choice of flavour  )

Cornetto Classic Vanilla Flavour ( 66g )

Cornetto Classic Chocolate Flavour ( 66g )

 

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alittle bit of love !

 

Or

Cornetto Royal 88g ( minimum Order of 20 pcs per flavour at $50 nett )

Cornetto Royal Chocolate @ $2.50 ( 88g )

Cornetto Royal Strawberry @ $2.50 ( 88g )

Cornetto Royal Matcha Green Tea @ $2.50 ( 88g )   ( Limited Edition – DISCONTINUED )

 

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cornetto royale at 88grams

 

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bonus thick chocolate at the end of the cone.

 

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Cornetto (Italian pronunciation: [korˈnetto]), meaning little horn in Italian, is a branded frozen dessert cone manufactured by Unilever and sold under various international subsidiary names, including Wall’s in the UK, HB in Ireland,[1] Frigo in Spain,[2] Kwality Wall’s in India, and others. Several variations of the product exist, ranging from milk-based ice cream to vegetable fat-based dessert.[3]

For a long time, the idea of selling frozen ice-cream cones had been impractical, as the ice cream would soak into the cone during the manufacturing process and make it soggy and unpalatable when served. It was in 1959 that Spica,[4] an Italian ice-cream manufacturer based in Naples, overcame this problem by insulating the inside of the waffle cone from the ice-cream with a coating of oil, sugar and chocolate. Sold in many different sizes throughout Europe in sizes ranging from 28 ml Miniatures to 260 ml King Cone, though the 90 ml and 125 ml tend to be the most popular.

Cornetto Ice cream Singapore ( credits : Wikipedia )