Eau-de-vie Moscato and Chardonnay marks.
The distillation master himself carefully selects absolutely fresh Moscato and Chardonnay grape marks. These grape marks are separately stored in stainless steel tanks. The distillation in copper bain-marie stills is slow and thorough and carried out in a strictly discontinuous cycle. The heart of this special eau-de-vie is high-alcohol, that is patiently refined for at least ten months. After a careful examination of its taste, the two eau-de-vies are mixed together in the right proportion and thus resluting in a fne cuvée, with a unique elegance and softness.
Roner's "La Morbida" is a new eau-de-vie meant to satisfy the most demanding palates through its ability to convince with its softness and fragrance.
Alcoholic content: 35.50 %
San Marzano tomatoes taste like fresh tomatoes, incomparably fruity, fragrantly and incredibly. Today the kind threatened by the extinction growns thanks to the Slow Food branch on the fertile grounds of Vesuvius again.
Lightly-baked, crunchy rye bread in small format. This classic type of rye bread spicing forms the basis of our 'Vitality Bread' philosophy, and these nibbles are actually all the rage with the young and the young at heart alike. The obvious reason for the success of these Mediterranean tidbits is that they are equally suited as nibbles or as a side dish.
All Fritz & Felix products are characterized by a combination of crunchiness and tenderness. But the undisputed champions within this category are the Family Happys with olive oil. The special olive oil that is used as an ingredient for this product makes the dough a touch tenderer and gives it its distinctive Mediterranean flavour. You'd better be forewarned though: once you have tried these nibbles with wine or beer, you are hooked forever
This recipe involves adding carefully peeled sesame seeds to the vitalizing rye dough in a proportion of 17%. This imparts an unmistakable nutty flavour to these Family Happys.
Produced personally by the Martelli family, in their own pasta factory in Lari, in the hills of Pisa in Tuscany.