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Panettone Gourmet

Our gourmet panettone offer. It is said that the panettone was born towards the end of the fifteenth century in the Milan of Ludovico il Moro and that during Christmas Eve the head chef Sforza burned the dessert prepared for the ducal banquet. Toni, who decided to sacrifice his dough of mother yeast, worked on it several times with flour, eggs, sugar, raisins and candied fruit. The result was amazing, a soft and very leavened dough, to the point that Ludovico il Moro decided to name it Pan de Toni as a tribute to his creator.

The fundamental characteristics of a true Artisan Panettone: Freshness, Quality of Raw Materials, Appearance, Consistency, Gloss, Leavening and Perfume.

Panettone Gourmet

€39.00
New
€37.00
New
€43.00
€39.00

From the creativity of Dolce & Gabbana and Fiasconaro comes the typical Milanese symbol revisited with the flavors of Sicily: Panettone with Chestnuts & Gianduia chocolate. Packaging D&G style tin. Tradition, experimentation, taste: the excellence of "Made in Italy" craftsmanship blends fashion and pastry.

New
€37.00

From the creativity of Dolce & Gabbana and Fiasconaro comes the typical Milanese symbol revisited with the flavors of Sicily: Panettone with Almonds. Packaging D&G style tin. Tradition, experimentation, taste: the excellence of "Made in Italy" craftsmanship blends fashion and pastry.

New
€43.00

The designer Vito Nesta interprets the pastry art by dedicating a panettone to his homeland, Puglia. Following the meeting with the Master Pastry Chef Pantaleo Dell’Olio, the experimentation of Apulian flavors - caramelized olives, figs, vincotto tears and apricots - within the traditional Milanese dessert was born with the Grand Tour brand.

The packaging evokes the ancient tin boxes of biscuits which for each child then become containers for toys and therefore for treasures. Old images of the late 19th century of Apulian cities are imprinted.

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