SCOOP IT UP: new gelato flavours drop at La Macelleria, but you better get in quick

There’s no denying that we all enjoy a scoop or two of gelato every now and then (especially in the summer) and for this month only, you can devour two brand new flavours at La Macelleria: bubble tea and vegan coffee. But you better get in quick, because they’ll only be around for a short time!

Any bubble tea fans out there? This one is for you! La Macelleria’s new Bubble Tea creation is made with milk tea gelato and is layered with tapioca pearls. I mean seriously, a mouthwatering creation that merges gelato and bubble tea? We are so there. But best you clear your calendars, because the flavour will only be available for one day at each of the Brisbane stores!

  • Florence Street, Teneriffe: February 8
  • Montague Road, West End: February 15
  • Coorparoo Square: February 22
  • King Street, Bowen Hills: February 29
La Macelleria’s Bubble Tea flavour will only be available for one day at each of the Brisbane stores. Photo credit: La Macelleria

If you’re more of a coffee fan, their new Vegan Coffee flavour is the taste you’ve been looking for. With an oat milk gelato base and an infusion of Industry Beans coffee, this is a flavour you’ve got to try. And don’t worry, the Vegan Coffee gelato will stick around until the end of the month at all stores. Score!

Ready to get your gelato fix?

The Teneriffe store is open Sunday–Thursday 11am–10pm and Friday–Saturday 11am–11pm. 

The West End store is open Monday–Thursday 12–10pm, Friday 12–11pm, Saturday 11am–11pm and Sunday 11am–10pm. 

The Coorparoo Square store is open Monday–Friday 2–10pm and Saturday–Sunday 12pm–10pm.

The King Street store is open Monday–Thursday 12–10pm, Friday–Saturday 12pm–11pm and Sunday 2pm–10pm. 

Jessica Perkins
Jess is a journalist who grew up on the Sunshine Coast before relocating to Sydney to finish her final years of schooling and then returning to Brisbane for university. Her passions lay in food and drink, event and entertainment editorial pieces and she enjoys keeping up to date with all things Brisbane. She credits her dedication, passion and love for journalism to her time spent in Gladstone as a cadet journalist – what she considers her most valuable experience in the field to date. On her days off (which are rare) you will find her with an almond chai latte in one hand and a book in another while probably still answering her work emails