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Marash Ice Cream


Marash Ice Cream is a creamy, smooth Turkish ice cream with an elastic texture. You have to chew it; it melts as you chew. It is served with a knife and a fork.

Marash Ice Cream is made from milk, sugar and powder from the tubers of wild orchids ("Dactylorhiza Osmanica") which the Turks call "Osmaniye orkidesi."

These oval tubers grow in pairs. The best ones dry to the colour of alabaster, indicating a high mucilage content. The tubers are dried, then ground into a whitish powder called "salep" which is used in the ice cream.

The milk used can be goat's, sheep's or cow's.

The mixing is done with ice cream machines imported from Turkey. When mixed, the mixture is then pounded with metal rods or wooden paddles for 20 minutes to develop its elasticity. It becomes so stiff it can be hung from a hook.

It is made in different flavours such as vanilla, red currant, peach, pistachio and many others.

Ice Cream Nature

Ice Cream Chocolate



Ice Cream Pistachio

Ice Cream Walnut


Ice Cream Almond

Ice Cream Apricot


Ice Cream Blackberry

Ice Cream Raspberry


Ice Cream Strawberry

Ice Cream Mango


Ice Cream Lemon

Ice Cream Watermelon


Ice Cream Tutti Frutti

Ice Cream Banana


Ice Cream Cantaloupe

Ice Cream Coconut


Ice Cream Nature with Pieces of Chocolate

Ice Cream Pineapple


Ice Cream Kiwi

Ice Cream Mastic


Ice Cream Maple Sirop



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