chocolate and hazelnut
orange and ginger
almond and pinenut
cranberry and pistachio
A traditional Italian crisp biscuit to be enjoyed with coffee or your favourite dessert wine.
History has it that biscotti, the quintessential Italian treat, was first created in Tuscany, in the town of Prato, and the word "biscotti" translated from Italian, means "twice baked". These sweet little morsels are traditionally served with caffe noir and their crunchy texture makes them perfect for dunking. For a superb finish to a meal, serve biscotti alongside glasses of vin santo, to dunk into. Simply irresistible!
Made to traditional and time honoured recipes Nuova Cucina biscotti embrace all that is best in Australian ingredients and are brought to your table by artisanal bakers.
Dating back to 13th century Siena, in Italy’s Tuscany region, Panforte is a traditional Italian dessert containing fruit and nuts, and resembling fruitcake.
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