Cantuccini toscani  

Typical almond cookies

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Additional Information

  • Area: Follonica (GR)
  • Type: Tuscan almond biscuits made by artisan baker
  • Size: 500 gr.
  • Packaging: 1 Pack
  • Availability: Available in 4 days + shipping
  • Buy 3 for €10.80 each and save 6%
€11.40
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Cantuccini toscani are among the most famous traditional Italian biscuits in the world, so we could not fail to feature them on the Vivere la Toscana website. We have selected the Nuova Forneria in Follonica (Grosseto province) as the producer of Italian almond cookies for our online shop. This artisan baker offers its customers excellent quality sweets and patisserie. Cantuccini cookies originally come from the town of Prato. They are made from just a few simple ingredients: almonds, eggs, flour, sugar and flavouring. The selection of quality ingredients, the method used, the cooking and the packing are what make all the difference in the preparation of these biscuits. The traditional Italian biscotti available to purchase on our website are produced with great care at every stage that takes place on order. The very best ingredients, the use of skillful techniques, and perfect baking, ensure that the cookies are crisp and tasty. You will always receive a fresh product, which will be specially prepared and packaged for shipment, because it contains no preservatives. The delicious flavour of the Cantuccini toscani is further enriched by toasted almonds, enclosed in the biscuit to seduce the taste buds at every bite. The perfect partner for authentic Italian biscotti is Vinsanto, a dessert wine produced in Tuscany. Dip the cookies into the wine so that they soak up the delicious liquid to produce an intriguing combination of aromas and tastes. The biscuits are also excellent served with mascarpone cream or zabaione with chocolate drops, for a special occasion dessert. And of course, they are great at teatime, as a snack, or for breakfast; in fact at any time of the day!