Capriccio dark chocolate and coffee 100g

Cimina Dolciaria

Extra fine dark chocolate bar with small pieces of coffee beans.

€5,10
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  • Weight: 100g
  • Region: Lazio
  • Ingredients: Dark couverture chocolate (min. Cocoa: 50.7%), sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier, soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavor, coffee 3.5%
  • Storage temperature: < 18° C
  • Storage: Store in a cool and dry place
  • Shelf-life: 18 months

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Region

Lazio

Cradle of civilization, Lazio is a region where the food and wine tradition and especially the Roman one, are affected by Jewish influence. Authentic traditional cuisine is savoured in Roman trattorias and taverns where the first courses are the masters. The first courses are characterized by being born as popular preparations, created with simple and peasant ingredients. Pasta is the undisputed queen of bucatini all'Amatriciana, Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe and Gricia. The region also boasts numerous excellences regarding the products of Pecorino Romano PDO, Abbacchio Romano PGI, Porchetta di Ariccia PGI and Artichoke Romanesco PGI.

Producer

Cimina Dolciaria

Cimina Dolciaria was born in the heart of Tuscia, Lazio's region, and, precisely, in the municipality of Capranica. Rich in green and crossed by numerous waterways, Capranica rises on a hilly territory. The city belongs to the environmental area Cimina characterized by the presence of Lake Vico, one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy by the unique morphology and rich vegetation. The characteristic of the city is the cultivation of hazelnuts, and for this reason, the Cimina Dolciaria finds here its cradle.