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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2005.

Gelato Milkshakes at Tutti Fruitti

 

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--By Tracy Perkins, Mark Payne, Joe Duffer Translated by Chou NaiXien & Crystal Kuo

It's an American Classic: the milkshake. But, for summer refreshments in Taipei, this has been taken a step further by German Jen's Finke with his fresh, handmade Italian Gelato. So let's call this one Taipei's best international summer refresher. It's a simple concoction, two or three scoops of gelato and milk blended to a frothy, slushy, cold drink. I had an Almond Gelatto Milkshake that was a simply superb two scoops (NT$160). It had me wondering why a cold beer was my first choice to chill out with when this tasty and healthy alternative was here. Healthy? Yes, because Tutti Frutti's gelato is low-fat and low-sugar, with no eggs and made with fresh Taiwanese fruit and quality Italian ingredients. Gelato flavours range from vanilla to green tea, and include some 50-plus traditional and exotic flavours in all. Tutti Futti is so good that a number of restaurants and supermarkets have begun stocking their shelves with it. So, if you cannot make it to the store for a fresh milkshake, try the alternative and get small bucket or two at a nearby supermarket and blend one at home.

 

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