Dante’s Inferno, … It’s an Ice Cream!

Isn’t that a relief? 

700 years after the death of the Supreme Poet, there are three limited editions ice creams dedicated to the three Dante canticles, for an engaging and surprising experience—created by Magnum—a trio of ice creams to transition from the provocation of Hell to the purity of Paradise.

Magnum X Dante

The journey begins with the intriguing taste of Hell, and then savors the multi-sensorial dimension of Purgatory and reaches its peak with the pure and delicate pleasure of Heaven.

Hell

Charcoal ice cream with cream enriched with a raspberry ripple and covered with a crunchy layer of extra dark chocolate with small pieces of salt. 

Purgatory

Biscuit ice cream enriched with a variegation with pecan-flavored ice cream and a salted caramel garnish. All covered with a silky layer of white chocolate and delicious pieces of biscuit. An ice cream to awaken all your senses.

Paradise

Creamy pistachio flavored ice cream coated with a double coating: first the delicious white chocolate and then the surprising Ruby chocolate, to abandon yourself to the purest pleasures of Paradiso.

 #MagnumXDante 

Ferrero Also

To be fair to all, I should also mention the ice cream version of the famous Ferrero Rocher chocolates. The candy sold worldwide which holds a strong cultural presence, in part due to its association with Christmas. 

This year Ferrero unveiled the famous “Rocher” ice cream version, along with the white Raffaello

If you like the chocolate candy, you will love the ice cream too. As simple as that. 

I admit that I did made a serious effort to taste all of the above. 

My favorite? 

Paradiso, I love the white chocolate coating with a heart of Pistachio. Priceless!

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I lived the most part of my life in Washington DC, now in Italy getting to know again my country. Plenty of surprises, for good and bad, and lots of nostalgia for DC.

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