Brace yourselves, because here it comes: I don’t really like gelato.
I know it’s a heretical view–my Italian blood must be too thinned out by mixing with English, German, and miscellaneous other roots.
But we were encouraged by my friend Nicola in Gaeta, to stop in at his cousin’s gelateria when we visited Caserta. So we located Bianco Bio at Via Ferrante 38, just a few blocks from our hotel and right on the way to the royal palace. They sell organic gelato, a little pricier than the typical gelato, but my oh my! I ordered a coconut cone, and it was delicious!! Too bad we weren’t in Caserta longer–I’d have gone back for more. If you ever find yourself in Caserta–visiting the royal palace, maybe?–stop by Bianco Bio for a gelato treat.
Wonderful! Organic Gelato sounds delicious!
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Being deeply devoted to truly fresh gelato artigianale – all the better if it is organic – I’d happily join in!
I think we got gelato at the same place on our way to the visit the Royal Palace.
When did you visit the palace, Gil, and what did you think of it?
Between 2002 and 2008. We went to Italy all but one of those years. We didn’t get to see that much of it as we got there late. I remember it being huge and beautiful. More recently I’ve read that it is deteriorating very fast due to the lack of maintenance.
gelato :) !!