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Luicella's
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Luicella's
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Luicella's Ice Cream

The new ice cream parlour in the Lange Reihe offers a unique glass of love bursting with flavour and colour.

Founded in 2013, the creators of Luicella's Ice cream opened their first ice cream parlour in St. Pauli – now they can call five locations their own. Luicella's Ice Cream has a sensational selection of ice cream, each creation busting with unique flavour.

100% delight

Imagine sitting in the sun on a hot summer’s day while enjoying a delicious ice cream. This popular scenario seduces us to consume approximately 110 scoops of ice cream per year, hence 7.6 litres per person. These amounts are the reason the team of Markus Deibler and Luisa Mentele constantly have their hands full during the summer. Their most popular choices include caramel-salt, ‘Franzbrötchen’, raspberry-meringue, peanut with caramel-salt toffee and chocolate chips, cheesecake-raspberry, rice pudding and mango Lassi.

100% natural

The combination of 100% natural ingredients, fresh ice cream, house made sauces and crunching toppings make this sensational ice cream appearance and taste unforgettable. Watch the honey-butterscotch, hot chocolate fudge or caramel-salt toffee sauce slowly running down the ice cream crowned with roasted, buttered, salty or sweet nuts, chocolate chips or meringue.

100% sustainable

Enjoy Luicella’s Ice Cream selection in the cosy atmosphere of one of their ice cream parlours. If you cannot make it to either of these locations, you can quickly buy your favourite flavour at the nearest Edeka or Rewe and appreciate its taste at home. At Luicella's sustainability and regionality are key; the milk products are sources from local farmers and the to-go cups are made from compostable materials.

Short & Sweet

  • CategoryCafé/Bistro
  • Type of cuisineGood & Low-cost, Hamburg originals
  • Price
  • Ambiencebright, colorful, picturesque
  • TipKarambazamba ice cream cup with strawberry sauce, peanut- and caramel ice cream, chocolate chips, caramel sauce and cream
  • Servicefriendly, reliable

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