Flavors of the Day for Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 385 Flavors and counting...
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13th Street
13th Street
119 S. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 351-0900

Mon-Thurs 7:30am-11:30pm
Fri 7:30am- 1am
Sat 9am-1am
Sun 10am-11:30pm
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Bacio
Chocolate and hazelnut gelato filled with carmelized hazelnuts that have been smashed to pieces. My favorite.
Basil
Lancaster County basil, peppery, but sweet.
Bourbon Butterscotch
Rich and a full of butterscotch. Made with lots of butter and muscovado sugar with a touch of Wild Turkey Bourbon.
Burnt Sugar
Taste like the top of a creme brulee. From the Brittany region of France.
Carambola con Limone Verde
Carambola (Star Fruit) with tart limes.
Caribbean Sunrise Papaya
Also called Maridol papaya. Red-orange flesh with hints of ginger.
Cashew
Creamy and smooth.
Cioccolato
Cioccolato Messicano
Mexican Chocolate. Sweet and Hot. Hints of bitter almond, ancho chili and chipotle powder. Hits you at the end.
Cioccolato Scuro
Rich, black and serious.
Fior Di Latte
Milk gelato. Milk from an Amish family's single herd of hormone free, grass fed in Lancaster County. Crazy good.
Lemon
Classic lemon sorbetto. Tart and refreshing.
Mela
Apple sorbetto created from one of many varieties of sweet apple.
Mexican Coffee
Coffee With Kalua.
Nocciola Piemontese
Hazelnut gelato made with nuts from the Piedmont region of Italy. When this is your first choice, you have your Italian Citizenship.
Pecan
Pecans from Geogia.
Pera - Lancaster County D'anjou Pears
Red Or Green.
Pistacchio Siciliano
The very best pistacchios from Sicily. Not that horrific neon green kind, the amazing olive green kind.
Pompelmo Rosso con Campari
Ruby Red Grapefruit with Campari
Saigon Cinnamon
After searching and searching, finally, the perfect cinnamon for gelato (in my opinion.) This cinnamon is hot and sweet.
Sea Salt
Made with English Sea Salt, compliments any flavor!
Stracciatella
Fior di latte with slivers of dark chocolate.
Tangerine
Sweet Seasonal Oranges.
Thai Coconut Milk
Sweet smooth coconut gelato made with coconut milk from Thailand and a hint of coconut rum.
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