Acquerello is the rice grown, aged, whitened and packed in Italy on the Colombara farm by the Rondolino family.
It is the ultimate rice because firstly the unhusked rough rice is aged to perfection for at least one year, then is whitened slowly using an exclusive method, and finally re-enriched with its most nutritional element the embryo or germ.
Acquerello rice belongs to the Carnaroli variety and it is classified as "Extra rice" for its quality. In order to preserve its characteristics perfectly, Acquerello rice is vacuum sealed in packs or unique enameled tins.
Acquerello is the ingredient par excellence in every recipe wherever rice is involved. Its grains stay perfectly intact, fully consistent, tastier and not sticky; they absorb flavours exceptionally well, do not bind together and maintain proteins, vitamins and starch. Simply by using Acquerello your risotto will always be outstanding.
Table Parmesan - an original Italian Stravecchio. The cheese is compact in his structure with little punching, like the Grana (Parmesan). With increasing maturity this cheese tends to become emery and fragile.
Small but tasty! The mini-Schüttelbrot is a small version of the traditional Schüttelbrot and it is Trenker's true strong point. The Mini-Schüttelbrot is ideal in your free time for snacks, during a walk or on the ski slopes, but it is also a snack that is highly appraised by students and other people who do intellectual work. This original Trenker product is also fat-free and contains no flavour enhancers or preservatives.
In order to permit even more distants clients to taste fresh Trenker bread, modern techniques of conservation are utilised. The bread prepared with all the original ingredients is pre-baked at the bakery and packaged with care in a modified atmosphere. In this manner, the bread maintains its natural freshness and is ready for export to nearby countries.
Harmonious, sapid and aromatic fragrance. It is excellent as an aperitif, goes well with starters and particularly with delicately flavoured dishes, most of all fish based ones.