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Ciao Bella Debuts Baileys Sea Salt Caramel Gelato Pints

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Cheers! Ciao Bella, maker of premium, artisan gelato and sorbetto, has partnered with Diageo plc to introduce Baileys Sea Salt Caramel Gelato.

Ciao Bella Pint Gelato Salted Caramel“We have paired the creamy, silky sweet taste of Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur with one of America’s top gelatos to craft the delicious Baileys Sea Salt Caramel flavor. With over 30 years of experience in producing gelato, Ciao Bella has created a masterpiece for the freezer aisle,” said Carlos Canals, chief executive officer of Florham Park, New Jersey-headquartered Ciao Bella.

“The premium segment in the specialty frozen dessert category has experienced tremendous growth over the past several years,” he added. “Ciao Bella is continually evaluating taste trends and finding innovative ways to bring exciting new flavors that will appeal to new and loyal consumers alike. We are thrilled to bring these two decadent brands together.”

The Baileys Sea Salt Caramel gelato will be available nationwide in June at a suggested retail price of $4.99 for a 16 oz. pint.  Ciao Bella and Baileys aim to continue collaboration and plan to launch new flavors in the future. 

About Ciao Bella

Established in 1983, the Ciao Bella business began with the production of gelato and sorbetto in a small scoop shop in New York City’s Little Italy. Committed to hand selecting fine ingredients and crafting them into creative flavor interpretations, Ciao Bella’s premium products are inspired by Mediterranean culture and cuisine. Raw materials are sourced responsibly from suppliers around the world, and include Non-GMO Project verified ingredients and hormone-free dairy.

About Baileys

baileys logoBaileys Irish Cream Liqueur was launched in Ireland in 1974. It is now available in 180 markets worldwide and is the number one selling liqueur on the planet. Owned by Diageo plc, the brand is currently ranked 7th among all distilled spirits sold and enjoys a 70 percent share of the total Irish cream liqueur market globally.