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ZAGAT (April 2015)

ARTICLE: "Best ice cream spots in Seattle "

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THE DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE
(April 2015)

ARTICLE: "Mora ice cream plant is opening in Poulsbo"

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THE SEATTLE TIMES  (July 2010)

"The ice cream—of which you can get endless samples before ordering—has all the favorite artisan flavors of the day, including lavender and rose petals (assuming the ingredients are in season). But it also has an unusual international bent, with flavors like Mexican chocolate, dulce de leche, and gianduja (a sweet chocolate mixed with hazelnuts), along with sorbets that use refreshing ingredients like cantaloupe and lime. If you can’t find something here you like, you probably don’t like ice cream.”

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BLOG FEATURE:  "Retro Ice Cream Parlor Bridal Shower"

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SEATTLE METROPOLITAN    (August 2007)

“Our grandmothers never made anything like their goat-cheese-and-fig ice cream, but we’re glad Orselli did.”

 

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HORIZON AIR   (July 2007)

“Not to be missed is Mora’s South American-inspired dulce de leche,whose initial taste—sweet in the mouth, though not heavy—is followed by a mouthwatering moment right after, when the taste buds on the side of the tongue spring to life. Then there’s the marron glace with the French chestnuts preserved in syrup; the mora with its hand-smashed blackberries (mora means “blackberry” in Spanish) ; and the amazing gianduja—silky-smooth hazelnut-flavored chocolate featuring Oregon hazelnuts.”

NORTHWEST PALATE   (July/Aug 2006)

“Their ice cream is made from scratch using local milk, cane sugar, and ripe fruit. The pink grapefruit sorbet packs one grownup punch!”

Southwest Airlines SPIRIT (August 2006)

“A commitment to the freshest ingredients demands painstaking labor from Perez and Orselli, who chop, peel, and pulverize every single fruit for their ice creams and sorbets.”

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SUNSET MAGAZINE (June 06)

“Jump-start the summer season with a decadent waffle cone from Bainbridge Island’s new Mora Iced Creamery outpost. The 48 flavors, all made from ultra-fresh ingredients and including irresistibles like mora (blackberry), are stored in sleek stainless-steel containers for optimum freshness, so no seeing beforehand. But trust us, it’s worth the suspense.”

HORIZON AIR   (June 2006)

“Thanks to Mora Iced Creamery, a company started in fall 2004 by an Argentinean family that moved to Bainbridge Island, west of Seattle, Northwest residents and visitors can savor the experience of gathering over artisan ice cream.”