Was there ever a more perfect pairing than fig and nut? This panforte is made with dried Italian figs, walnuts, honey, and lightly spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, then dusted with icing sugar. A perfect accompaniment to serve on cheese platters, or just enjoy as a sweet treat with your afternoon tea or coffee. Approx 200g wedge wrapped in clear cellophane.
One of the most famous sweets from Tuscany, Panforte is a flat ‘cake’ made with nuts, dried and glacé fruits, honey and spices. Originating in the middle ages, it’s sweet, dense and still incredibly popular today.
Made by Pasticceria Marabissi – third generation artisan producers considered to be one of the best panforte makers. They make their panforte by hand using traditional methods and natural ingredients.
This artisan jam is made with Coscia pears – a small, sweet variety with yellow/red skin which thrive in the warm climate of Sicily. Made by producer Scyavuru to a family recipe with fruit grown on just three local farms. It’s great to serve with cheeses – particularly pecorino or gruyère, or just enjoy on toast. 250g jar.
Brezzo are Italian honey experts, sourcing a range of specialty honeys from wild flowers and using non-thermal extraction treatments to ensure the honey is treated as gently as possible. This honey is made from chestnut flowers, which only blossom in May and June. It has a strong, aromatic, herbal flavour with a lingering finish and is delicious served with hard, full-flavoured cheeses. 500g jar.
This blood orange marmalade from Sicily is made to a family recipe with fruit grown on just three local farms. It has a striking colour and is ideal to serve with mild, creamy Bries or fresh goat cheeses. Or enjoy on toast with lashings of farmhouse butter. 250g jar
This late-harvest mandarin marmalade from Sicily is made to a family recipe with fruit grown on just three local farms. It has a sweet, juicy flavour and is ideal to serve with soft, creamy cheeses. Or enjoy on toast with lashings of farmhouse butter.