I scream, you scream, we all scream for Game of Thrones prequel ice cream. BINGE and Messina have teamed up to create two limited-edition House of the Dragon-inspired gelato flavours. 

Gelato Messina Newton, located on King Street, will be transformed into Westeros this Monday, September 12th. A whopping 3,000 scoops of the two special gelato flavours will be given out for free between 12pm and 9pm (until stocks last).

The two limited-edition offerings come with intriguing flavours and, yes, punny names:

‘Heir to the Cone’: Combining red velvet cheesecake gelato with dragon fruit puree, it will please all taste buds.

House Vanillaryon’: Will satisfy even the most insatiable dragons (and House of the Dragon fanatics). This smouldering scoop boasts burnt vanilla gelato, smoked chocolate brownie and burnt honey caramel.

With House of the Dragon becoming BINGE’s biggest ever new series premiere upon its debut last month, there should be plenty of people heading to the Newton store for the ultimate fantasy and gelato crossover.

House of the Dragon has been a hit with Australian fans and what a fun way to celebrate it by providing fans a taste of Westeros. Thanks to Messina, two mouth-watering unique gelato flavours, inspired by dragons and the world of Targaryens are now available,” BINGE executive director, Alison Hurbert-Burns said.

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“I am a massive Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon fan and when BINGE came to us with this unique collaboration, we knew we had to do something delicious, fun and creative,” Donato Toce, Head Chef, Messina, said. “At Messina we are always innovating and we’ve loved putting our unique, dragon twist on these two amazing flavours.”

After grabbing a scoop of ‘Heir to the Cone’ or ‘House Vanillaryon’, you can watch the next episode of House of the Dragon on BINGE on Monday evening. New episodes will drop every Monday on the streaming platform until the finale on October 24th. In the meantime, you can read our recap of episode three here.

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