7.17.2014

Bourbon Peach Gelato from Siena Tavern

Happy National Peach Ice Cream Day! Wait, what?! You didn't know that there was an entire day devoted to the love of peach ice cream? Yeah, well, up entire a few weeks, I didn't either. However, I'm a sucker for just about any fun food holiday, especially one that pays homage to ice cream (and my favorite stone fruit!). Of course, I never really need justification to eat ice cream, but National Peach Ice Cream Day really is the perfect excuse to indulge in some frozen fruity deliciousness. And really, what better way to celebrate than with some amazing gelato from Siena Tavern?

Based on my previous experience with pastry chef Amy Arnold's gelato, I knew I was in for a real treat when the good folks over at Siena contacted me to see if I would be interested in taste-testing their July flavor of the month: Bourbon Peach Cobbler. I quickly learned that there is something even better than your typical peach gelato... it's a gelato with large chunks of tangy peaches mixed with some smooth bourbon, earthy nutmeg, and crumbly hunks of cobbler. Holy deliciousness!

 Bourbon Peach Cobbler: our server was so excited to send us home with a pint of this fantastic gelato that she accidentally misspelled the name in her haste to label it and pack it up. Ha! After I had one bite of the perfectly luscious gelato, I completely understood her urgency. ;-)

Peach perfection closeup! Look at all of those awesome peaches and flecks of nutmeg!

Seriously, do yourself a favor and head down to Siena Tavern before the end of the month to try the Bourbon Peach Cobbler gelato (it's officially one of my new favorite flavors!). Gelato pints to-go are also available for purchase exclusively at the restaurant.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary meal to facilitate this post. Review and all opinions are my own.

4 comments:

Jodi Wolff said...

Well if that doesn't sound amazing I don't know what does!!

chicago foodie girl said...

Jodi: Right?! It's the perfect summertime combo!

Katherine said...

Holy yum!

Mattie Fowler Hamilton said...

That looks and sounds just sinfully delicious.