Flat version of the traditional Panettone. A real Italian pastry specialty, with raisins and candied fruits, naturally leavened.
Nothing better than a sober italian bubbly that clean the mouth and accompanies your meal with fruity and sweet notes. On the contrary if you are a sweet wine’s lovers it is the right time to uncork a Moscato d’Asti: the slightly sparkling, the sweet and enveloping flavor immediately feasts, perfect with sweets thanks to the aromatic and delicate notes.
Producer: Borsari Maestri Pasticceri
Ingredients: Wheat flour, fresh eggs, butter (milk), raisins, candied orange and cedar peel (orange and cedar peel, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, acidity regulator: citric acid), sugar, milk, fresh eggs yolk, natural yeast (wheat), emulsifiers: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, flavorings, cocoa butter, salt. May contain traces of nuts and soy.
Storage conditions: Store in cool and dry conditions
Shelf-life: 8 months
The origin of the prestigious trademark Borsari is linked to Verona, Pandoro’s homeland. Under the roman emperor Claudio, a decuman city gate was built. Later, in the medioeval period, it was called “Porta Borsari” gate, from the name of some men, the “bursarii”, who imposed some duties to who wanted to enter the city from the gate. For sure, has been this medioeval dream to push Tiziano Golfetti, a pastry chef at the time, to open his first laboratory in 1903 and to name it “Borsari”. That’s how Borsari’s Pandori, Panettoni and Colombe born.