Gelatissimo and Byron Bay Cookie Company partner for new gelato
Gelatissimo and Byron Bay Cookie Company have collaborated to create a new gelato flavour.
The gelato is a combination of choc chunk Byron Bay Dotty cookie crumble in dairy gelato with rainbow mini chocolate buttons.
Gelatissimo will launch the gelato through its stores on 16 September 2017, in time for the school holidays. It will be available until the end of October 2017 in Australia, Singapore and the Philippines.
Marketing Manager for Gelatissimo, Amanda Massingham, said Gelatissimo had a lot of fun experimenting with the iconic Dotty cookie.
“We are pleased to be working with Byron Bay Cookie Company to bring to life such an exciting collaboration,” Massingham said.
Byron Bay Cookie Company, Emilie Emond, said Dotty is her company’s bestselling flavour and always a crowd pleaser.
“Our collaboration with Gelatissimo will allow cookie lovers of all ages to discover a new way to enjoy their favourite cookie,” Emond said.
The Dotty Gelato is available in a cup, cone, shake, donut or a take-home pack. Prices start from AUD $4.80 for one scoop in a cup or cone with prices varying across Australia.
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