Persia Lady Ice Cream Toronto

Celebrate Nowruz with Persia Lady’s Delightful Persian Ice Cream

At Persia Lady, we’re more than just a purveyor of traditional saffron, pistachios, and pomegranates. We’re passionate about sharing the rich cultural heritage of Iran, especially during the joyous occasion of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. As we welcome the arrival of spring, what better way to celebrate than indulging in the delightful flavors of our Persian ice cream and Faloodeh?

Nowruz, which translates to “New Day,” marks the beginning of the Iranian calendar and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence. It’s a time for renewal, reflection, and most importantly, feasting with loved ones. And what feast would be complete without the tantalizing taste of Persian ice cream?

Our Persian ice cream, crafted with love and care using time-honored recipes passed down through generations, is a true culinary delight. Infused with the exotic aroma of saffron and the nutty goodness of pistachios, each scoop is a celebration of tradition and flavor. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with Faloodeh, a refreshing Persian dessert made from thin vermicelli noodles, rose water, and lime juice, our ice cream is sure to transport your taste buds to the streets of Tehran during the festive season of Nowruz.

At Persia Lady, we understand the importance of preserving cultural traditions while embracing modernity. That’s why we’ve curated a selection of the finest Persian delicacies, including our signature ice cream, available for delivery straight to your doorstep through our website, So, whether you’re celebrating Nowruz with family and friends or simply craving a taste of Iran’s culinary heritage, let Persia Lady be your guide to a truly unforgettable experience.

Join us in commemorating Nowruz with a scoop of our creamy Persian ice cream and a bowl of refreshing Faloodeh. From our family to yours, we wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year filled with love, joy, and plenty of delicious treats. Eid-e Shoma Mobarak! (Happy New Year!)