With an alcohol content of only 3 percent, Aperol Soda is an aperitif that is fizzy and extremely fresh. It has an exclusive note of orange in a harmonious sweet-bitter balance with the flavour of the herbs and roots used in its infusion. In its bottle of 12.5cl it is an ideal single serve aperitif for those who want a refreshing beverage without giving up a dash of alcohol.
Aperol originated in 1919 in Padova, it was a product of the Barbieri Brothers who launched the revolutionary idea of an aperitif with an alcohol content of only 11 percent. then until today the popularity of Aperol has grown continuously, thanks to its fresh and versatile taste and its capacity to be mixed with so many other drinks. Purchased in the '90s by Barbero 1891, Aperol then entered Gruppo Campari's portfolio, reaching new records of popularity and diffusion. Aperol Soda was launched in 1995 and was immediately received with great success.
Gastronomic product made of bread and cheese, typical of Alto Adige. Excellent with broth. Also ideal with sauerkraut, sausage, knuckle, cooked pork or vegetables. Also delicious with melted butter and Parmesan cheese.
Homemade salami approx. 190 gr. - Hackerhof Lanz Bernhard
The "Extra" quality was born a careful selection of olives that boast the maximum characteristics of the selected quality. Harvested on the Venetian hills once ripe, they are processed with the traditional cold extraction system. This oil of the fragrant taste and fruity scent, is of deep green colour with golden reflexes.
The climate, the spring water and the soil of this marvelous island add quality and prestige to this product of the highest level: stone milling with dry system at low revolutions to avoid overheating of the product and preserving its organoleptic properties , slow extrusion, bronze drawing, long drying times (30-48 hours) at low temperatures, manual packaging do the rest.
Homemade Pasta made of Khorasan - Linguine 500 gr. - Pasta Callari
Chestnut honey has a reddish-brown colour, can crystallise with the time. It is the opposite of the acacia honey. It has a very strong, aromatic, slightly harsh aroma. It is rumoured that is has therapeutic effects on sore throat, pairs off very well with cheese. Some swear it exists nothing better for sugaring the coffee than chestnut honey, he should strengthen the aroma.