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Cantucci 200 g

€5.30

Typical pastry from Abruzzo and spread in Central Italy, it is made with a simple dough of flour, almonds, eggs and sugar, kneaded in order to obtain a soft long-shaped dough which is cut up in slices after the first cooking and then baked again until it becomes a fragrant, tasty and perfumed biscuit. Cantucci have the same consistency of a biscuit because, originally, farro and almond flour was used. The appealing look of Cantucci d’Abruzzo makes them perfect to be soaked in the traditional vino cotto from Abruzzo or to be served with a cup of coffee. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.

Le Neole 150 g

€4.20

Typical pastry from Abruzzo made with a production process that has not changed over the centuries, which involves the use of ferro for cooking, an essential double-slabbed and slightly hollow tool, which gives the Neole their peculiar rhombus-shaped look. Every family used to have a ferro and, as a proof of its importance, it was part of the bride’s inventory. In many cases, the central part of this tool had the family’s coat of arms, therefore when the bride was giving her Neole, the coat of arms of her own ferro represented a proper signature. Nowadays, there are plenty of versions of this speciality, even though they must traditionally be crispy, thin and with anise seeds, just the way Rustichella d’Abruzzo proposes it. According to tradition, cooking time must equal the duration of the Ave Maria on one side and the Lord’s Prayer on the other. You can try it with a bit of powdered sugar and cinnamon or stuffed with Rustichella “Sclucchiata di uva Montepulciano d’Abruzzo”. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.

Amaretti Croccanti 250 g

€6.60

Amaretti are traditional handmade biscuits with sweet and bitter almonds, sugar and albumen. The recipe proposed by Rustichella d’Abruzzo is the typical one from Loreto Aprutino (one of the most fascinating old medieval villages in Abruzzo), in the crispy version. They are excellent to be served with a cup of tea and eaten in the important occasions. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.

Amaretti Morbidi 250 g

€6.60

Amaretti are traditional handmade biscuits with sweet and bitter almonds, sugar and albumen. The recipe proposd by Rustichella d’Abruzzo is the typical one from Loreto Aprutino (one of the most fascinating old medieval villages in Abruzzo), in the soft version. They are excellent to be served with a cup of tea and eaten in special occasions. Its refined packaging can be created only by those who have a great passion for tradition.

Pandoro Classico 1 Kg

€22.10

The classic cake par excellence of the Christmas artisan confectionery tradition. Its star-shaped look, the vanilla scent and the softness of the dough make it the most appreciated Christmas pastry. A product of top quality confectionery that comes from the strict respect of the precious dough leavening time. Packed by hand, it has an elegant wrapping which gives this speciality a touch of refinement.



 

Panettoncino 100 g

€4.10

All the goodness of Rustichella d’Abruzzo artisan classic Panettone in a tiny version. Its shape is small, but the quality of the ingredients remains high, for a cake that has a unique taste, loved by grown-ups and especially children.

Pandorino 80 g

€4.10

All the softness of the typical Christmas cake in a tiny version. A little moment of pleasure and top quality ingredients for a cake that has a unique taste, loved by grown-ups and especially children.

Pan Strozzo 650 g

€20.30

Available from October 15th



Rustichella d’Abruzzo proposes to its estimators the Pan Strozzo, an authentic traditional Abruzzo cake made exclusively with top quality natural ingredients. The shape of this artisan confectionery product looks like a small cupola, inspired by the types of bread carried by the shepherds of Abruzzo during the transhumance of flocks. The original recipe dates back to the 14th century and has been enriched by Rustichella d’Abruzzo with Dottati dried figs (variety of figs originally from Southern Italy) added to the precious dough of fresh eggs, flour, minced almonds, honey and dried figs, covered with delicious and refined dark chocolate, with a unique scent, flavour and taste. Rustichella d’Abruzzo Pan Strozzo will sure be the biggest surprise for every special occasion, excellent to be served at the end of a meal or with a cup of hot chocolate or tea. The packaging is a traditional canovaccio abruzzese (typical cloth of Abruzzo), available in blue, dark green, light green, red, yellow and orange version.