Traditionnal Panettone - Rustichella d'Abruzzo

Traditionnal Panettone 1 kg

2,49 € / 100 g

Off season. Back in December.


Panettone is a brioche stuffed with raisins, candied fruits and citrus peel. It is the most traditional Italian cake. It is in Milan in the late fifteenth century that panettone was born before being adopted throughout Italy. Legend has it that a young aristocrat, who was in love with the daughter of a baker named Toni, impersonated an apprentice baker and invented a loaf of uncommon finesse to impress the father of her well-loved. His creation was so successful that people rushed to the bakery to buy the exceptional pan de Toni. In Milan, the businessmen adopted the habit of offering the panettone to their customers for Christmas. Indeed, the panettone was long considered a luxury reserved for a small elite, because its preparation was not easy. The panettone is enjoyed in a thousand ways: sliced ​​thin or thick. It is particularly popular for breakfast but will make anyone happy as a dessert.


Wheat flour, eggs, raisins, butter, candied fruit (orange and citron peel, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, acidifier: citric acid), natural yeast, sugar, emulsifier: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, egg yolk, corn syrup, salt, skimmed milk powder, natural flavoring, preservative. sorbic acid May contain traces of dried fruit and nuts.


Abruzzo, Italy


Rustichella d'Abruzzo


Rustichella d'Abruzzo: a nature and a taste to discover. In the region of Abruzzo, in the green heart of Europe, the workshops of craft production Rustichella d'Abruzzo use the best natural ingredients to prepare with the care of the past, delicious panettone and pandoro that have nothing to do with those we usually find in supermarkets.

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