have ever been to Italy, you’ll instantly know about “Limoncello”.
It is a liqueur to be kept in the freezer and served well chilled.
We do not include the liqueur, but you should try it, being a
wonderful palate cleanser and a soothing after dinner drink.
Our hand painted
"Biscotti" jars from Deruta were specially created to store the
traditional Italian cookies that have recently taken the world by
These subtly sweet, crisp cookies can be found in countries around
the globe, but they have been made in Italy as far back as the
The name Biscotti can be translated as "twice cooked", which indeed
describes how these tasty cookies are made.
By baking them twice, they lose excess moisture, ensuring a crisp,
dry cookie. In fact, it is said that Christopher Columbus carried
biscotti on his voyages because they were so sturdy, and their
dryness prevented the problem of spoilage.