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I ATE GELATO FOR ONE WEEK – Koibito’s Gelato in Lipa

koibito gelato

koibito gelato

I don’t refer to myself as a food-snob but there’s something about ice cream that I don’t like. It lacks depth, creaminess, flavor, and texture. That’s the difference between Gelato and Ice Cream. Ever since Koibito’s Gelato open shopped, just right below where I go to the gym. I couldn’t help but drop by! So I’m sharing with you some of my favorites and recommendations!

What is Gelato?

While ice cream legally has a minimum of 10 percent fat, gelato is made with a greater proportion of whole milk to cream, so it contains more like five to seven percent fat. Because gelato is churned at a slower speed than ice cream, it’s denser because less air is whipped into the mixture. (Gelato contains about 25 to 30 percent air, while ice cream can contain as much as 50 percent air) Finally, while ice cream is typically served frozen, gelato is typically stored and served at a slightly warmer temperature, around 15˚F, so it’s not quite completely frozen.

Koibito’s World of Gelato is located at the ground level of High 5 Square, JP Laurel Highway Lipa, Batangas


Brought my favorite people with me


They rotate flavors, but usually keep the best sellers. It comes in Premium and Regular.


My sister had 2 different flavors. She chose Nutella and Tiramisu


It had real biscuit chunks and you can taste the nutella pronouncely




It’s not too sweet, and super addicting. It’s a piece of heaven I tell you!


Macho Kid’s favorite is their Cookies & Cream gelato on a stick


If you’re craving for something creamy and cool. Grabe a cup of Gelato from Koibito! It’s having a taste of Italy in Lipa 🙂

I'd like to hear your thoughts, please do comment below. If you have feedbacks, suggestions, comments. Basically, it makes my heart fuzzy to know you were here :)



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