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Scotland’s most famous ice cream parlor launches a new luxury product

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The premium products come as part of the development of the Nardini brand by the Viva Italia Group, which includes the Banca di Roma restaurant in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow.

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The Herald: Pictured: Nardini Cafe in LargsPictured: Nardini Cafe in Largs (Image: Supplied)

International footballers Arthur Numan, Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Paul Lambert are the coffee’s global brand ambassadors while Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti are among the first to receive samples.

Owner Giuseppe Marini said: “Nardini’s is known worldwide for its ice cream and our famous fish suppers and quality have been at the heart of that success.

“However, I have thought for a while that we can offer so much more on the back of Nardini’s international recognition.

“The quality Italian coffee we are launching has a rich heritage just like Nardini’s and our commercial partnership will allow us to sell into the hospitality trade and artisan shops.”

The Herald: Pictured: Nardini's has launched a new coffee brand and range of luxury chocolates Pictured: Nardini’s has launched a new coffee brand and range of luxury chocolates (Image: Supplied)

The new chocolate boxes cost £14.95 and are available from Nardini’s and Banca di Roma in Glasgow from today, April 26.

Flavors created in partnership with leading industry professionals include a delightful Bronte Pistachio Gianduja crafted with nuts grown on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily, Modena balsamic ganache coated in milk and dark chocolate and caramel runny Tuscan honey in a creamy white chocolate shell.

Mr Marini continued: “We have explored the regions of Italy to develop these artisanal, delicious chocolates.

“Each one has an ingredient from a different region, taking you on a journey of flavour.

“Creating the chocolates was a real pleasure as I worked with a chocolatier for months to find the perfect combinations of luxurious Italian flavors.

“Life doesn’t get much better than that creative process.”

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After arriving in Scotland from the Tuscan town of Barga with his family in 1895, Pietro Nardini spent years traveling around the country selling from a suitcase, saving enough to open the Largs cafe in 1935.

Although Nardini’s served food, it was ice cream from a secret family recipe that put them on the map.

Today, the award-winning ice cream range extends to 32 flavors and a window into the factory lets customers watch the gelato chefs create their masterpieces.

There is also a bakery on site producing traditional Italian pastries.

On a busy weekend during the summer season, the cafe will sell more than 2000 fish suppers and 10,000 ice creams and employ around 70 staff.

For more information, visit their website here.

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