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    Green is a colour in the ice cream trade often associated with tropical fruits. Ice cream glasses that get you thinking of holidays in the sun.
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Green Ice Cream Glasses

Green is a colour in the ice cream trade often associated with tropical fruits. Ice cream glasses that get you thinking of holidays in the sun. This is why these ice cream glasses are more suitable than any other for ice cream sundaes topped with green or yellow dessert sauces such as kiwi or tropical passion fruit. Find the right products for your ice cream parlour or restaurant by using the filter function. This gives you a quick and easy overview.

Hand-Blown in Green


Our green collection offers unique, hand-blown items. No one piece is like the other - sometimes evidenced by small air bubbles or slight deviations in shape. Unlike industrial glasses, this emphasises quality.

Care and Use Instructions for Ice Cream Glasses


The combination of cold ice cream, hot water with alkalis and acids in the dishwasher strain the surface of each glass enormously. The fat from cream or lipstick only dissolves at a water temperature of 55°C. In commercial dishwashers, however, rinsing is often done with water at 85°C to save on drying up. Glass stores heat. The temperature in the bottom of the glass can still be as much as 30°C, even if you think the glass is already cool. Ice cream has a temperature of -14°C. If the cold of the ice cream hits the heat of the glass bottom, cracks can easily occur leading to the item breaking entirely. Allow each item to cool long enough. Have a sufficient stock of glasses in circulation and ensure you cool the glasses before use.

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