Glaces Pro Compressor Ice Cream Maker
The Glaces Pro ice turbine can satisfy your sweet tooth, or even your salty or savoury tooth, in just minutes!
Equipped with a standalone chiller, it can transform your ingredients into delicious ice creams and sorbets in just 30 minutes, with no need for a freezer!
The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 1
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Standalone chiller makes ice creams and sorbets in just 30 minutes, no freezer necessary!
Easy to use: electronic display screen and sound notification at end of cycle
Large capacity: 2 litre tank
With a large 2 litre tank, the turbine Glace Pro is sure to impress and satisfy even the most discerning of sweet tooths.
Easy to use and maintain, the backlit display and sound signals make for a simple and quick way to home made ice cream. It's easy to choose the type of mixture you want depending on your recipe: Freeze+Mix / Freeze / Mix.
The handy opening hatch on the lid means you can add ingredients while your ice cream is mixing, it's a piece of cake! Sweet or salty, traditional or with a modern twist, but always fresh, natural and delicious!
- Stainless steel frame
- Removable aluminum bowl, capacity 2L
- Standalone chiller
- Electronic display with backlight
- Touch sensitive keys
- Electronic timer with sound notification at end of cycle
- Menu with 3 modes: freeze+mix, freeze, mix
- Transparent lid with opening
- Stainless steel ice cream scoop included
- Power: 180 Watts
- Puissance : 180 Watts
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A Brief History of Ice Cream
The first origins of ice cream date back to ancient China, where it was discovered by Marco Polo and brought to Europe. The Italians adopted it as their own, developing the "gelati" that we know today. The first American ice cream sundae was invented in 1892, and the famous ice cream cone came about in 1904, invented by a Syrian at the World's Fair. The best ice cream is always homemade, but the original home can still be found in Casa Giolitti in Rome.