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WATER ICE MIX USAGE

16 OZ OF WATER ICE MIX +

64 OZ NEUTRAL BASE +

2 GALLONS OF WATER

= 2.5 GALLONS OF FINISHED PRODUCT

WATER ICE BASE USAGE

64 OZ OF WATER ICE BASE +

16 OZ NEUTRAL BASE +

2 GALLONS OF WATER

= 2.5 GALLONS OF FINISHED PRODUCT

item# Water Ice Concentrated Mix Pack Size
10100 Water Ice Mix Cherry 1 Gallon
10103 Water Ice Mix Blueberry 1 Gallon
10104 Water Ice Mix Watermelon 1 Gallon
10105 Water Ice Mix Strawberry Kiwi 1 Gallon
10108 Water Ice Mix Rootbeer 1 Gallon
10109 Water Ice Mix Piña Colada 1 Gallon
10112 Water Ice Mix Vanilla 1 Gallon
10113 Water Ice Mix Cotton Candy 1 Gallon
10115 Water Ice Mix Orange 1 Gallon
10116 Water Ice Mix Sour Apple 1 Gallon
10117 Water Ice Mix Banana 1 Gallon
10118 Water Ice Mix Pineapple 1 Gallon
10119 Water Ice Mix Blue Bubble Gum 1 Gallon
10121 Water Ice Mix Cappuccino 1 Gallon
10122 Water Ice Mix Mint 1 Gallon
item# Water Ice Bases Pack Size
10101 Water Ice Base Chocolate 1 Gallon
10102 Water Ice Base Lemon 1 Gallon
10106 Water Ice Base Strawberry Lemon 1 Gallon
10107 Water Ice Base Mango 1 Gallon
10111 Water Ice Base Passion Fruit 1 Gallon
10114 Water Ice Base Coconut 1 Gallon
10120 Water Ice Base Bada Bing Cherry 1 Gallon

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SUGAR FREE BASE USAGE

64 OZ OF SUGAR FREE WATER ICE BASE +

2 GALLONS OF WATER

= 2.5 GALLONS OF FINISHED PRODUCT

DO NOT ADD NEUTRAL BASE!

item# Water Ice Bases Pack Size
10125 Water Ice Base Sugar Free Cherry 1 Gallon
10126 10126 Water Ice Base Sugar Free Lemon 1 Gallon

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gelati

How To Prepare and Serve Gelati's

A Gelati is a combination of Soft Serve Ice Cream and Philadelphia Water Ice. You should offer it in two sizes (Regular and Large), and serve it in the same cup you use for your Water Ice. A Gelati should sell for about 50 cents more than Water Ice. A regular should be served in a 10 oz cup, and the large in a 16oz cup.
Fill the cup ½ way with either vanilla or chocolate soft serve ice cream or yogurt. Add any flavor of Philadelphia Water Ice to just above the top of the cup. Finish off with 1 swirl of soft serve ice cream or yogurt. It's that easy, and your customers will love it!


How To Prepare and Serve Old Fashion Radio Ball's?

The first question is why is it called a Radio Ball? On the streets of Philadelphia in the mid 1900's a street vendor used to push his cart up and down the neighborhood streets to sell his Water Ice and Ice Cream, one day a customer asked for a scoop of each, and it tasted so good that it became his most popular item. He used to play a radio very loud while pushing his cart to attract his customers, so not knowing what to call his new best seller….. It took on the name Radio Ball.

A Radio Ball is one scoop of any flavor Hand Dipped Ice Cream on the bottom and one scoop of any flavor of Philadelphia Water Ice on top. Serve in two sizes(Regular and Large). Serve it in the same bowls you use for your Ice Cream. A Radio Ball should sell for about 25 cents less than the same size hand dipped Ice Cream.


How To Prepare and Serve Smoothie's?

A Smoothie is very easy to make using Philadelphia Water Ice! You will achieve the smoothest best tasting Smoothie when using Philadelphia Water Ice to make them.
- Start with a Milk Shake Tin.
- Fill the bottom of the tin with 3 ounces of liquid 10% Vanilla Soft Ice Cream Mix.
- Add 2-3 scoops of Philadelphia Water Ice (approx 10oz.)
- Add approx 3 oz of fruit toppings if required, (see recipe sheet).
- Blend for approx 15 seconds.