Our Chocolate Sorbet is one of our bestsellers, yet some of our customers are unsure about how sorbet differs from ice cream and sherbet.
Some flavors are just too fine to stay retired! Our fruit sorbets are always popular among customers -- especially those whose diets limit them to dairy-free options. As the weather begins to shift to spring, we figured now is a great time to revive the refreshing Cantaloupe Sorbet! As far as sweetness goes, cantaloupes are… Continue reading
Since we first opened, we've made our fair share of fruit sorbets here at Hedonist. These sorbets are a necessity as not everyone's diet allows for the dairy normally found in ice cream. Not only are they are a treat for those who don't do lactose, but they're also a treat for us to make… Continue reading
Concord grapes are one of the jewels of upstate New York's agricultural crown; they fill the early autumn hills with their redolent aroma. We crafted our sorbet from grapes we got from Fisher Hill Farms in Canandaigua. Laced with summer blossom honey from Doan Honey farms in Cayuga and a splash of brandy, this floral… Continue reading
Summer may be in its final days, but we're still celebrating a fantastic fruit season. Made with sour cherries from Datthym Family Farms in Sodus, this sorbet is laced with fresh lime zest, kirsch and brandy for bright and tangy flavor. Grab a scoop and savor the flavor of summer… Continue reading
'Tis the season for stone fruit! We bought tree-fresh apricots at the Public Market from our friends at Datthym Fruit Farms in Sodus, NY (you might remember their work from our Sour Cherry Sorbet). Davis Orange Blossom Honey and brandy give this beautiful sorbet vibrant and layered flavor, with the apricot front and center. Get… Continue reading
When we roast cantaloupe, its mellow sweetness takes an edge of caramelization and the flavor deepens. We enhance that by lacing the sorbet with New York maple syrup, golden rum and pinch of smoked sea salt for a rich and flavorful sorbet with an ever so slightly savory finish… Continue reading
Rochester’s Public Market is a great place to find local agricultural gems. At the market we bought armfuls of freshly harvested rhubarb from two regional farms: Old Home and Peters Farms. We brought the back to the kitchen, cooked the red and green stalks down to a puree, and blended them with Davis Orange Blossom… Continue reading