Similar to a sorbet but with a grainier texture usually made of fruit juice.
A sorbet made from a slightly sweetened syrup flavoured with coffee or liqueur.
A dessert drink made by freezing a flavored juice and then blending it when it is served. The most popular flavors are lemon, coffee, and almond.
A mixture of water, sugar, and liquid flavorings (i.e. fruit juice or coffee) that is stirred occasionally while being frozen to create a granular texture. Back to the top
A sweet, refreshing drink that has the consistency of a grainy ice cream. Granita is obtained by chilling fruit juices or other flavored syrups. The mixture is stirred several times during the freezing process in order to break the ice crystals and to obtain a homogenous mass of fine, icy grains. Usually Granita is served in long juice glasses with a spoon.
A very grainy frozen dessert also known as an ice; made with water, sugar, and liquid flavourings such as fruit juice or coffee.
a coarse-textured sorbet reminiscent of what Americans call Italian ice
a fruit ice, made here by just pureeing the fruit with a very small amount of sweetening, folding in an egg white, and freezing until not quite solid
an icy treat made of fruit juice, water, and sugar
a refreshing summer dessert
a type of flavored shaved ice
A coarse fruit ice similar to sorbet, without the meringue, which is often flavored with liqueurs.
Latte with frozen milk.
An Italian sorbet made of lightly sweetened syrup,...
A dessert of shaved, sweetened ice flavored with coffee or fruit juice.
Granita (in Italian also granita siciliana) is a semi-frozen dessert of sugar, water, and flavourings from Sicily, Italy. Related to sorbet and italian ice, in most of Sicily it has a coarser, more crystalline texture. Food writer Jeffrey Steingarten says that "the desired texture seems to vary from city to city" on the island; on the west coast and in Palermo, it is at its chunkiest, and in the east it is nearly as smooth as sorbet.