The term “Torrone” comes from the Latin “Torreo”, which means “to toast” and which refers to the manual process of manufacturing. It was introduced by the Arabs into the Mediterranean from the eleventh century. In Sicily the Torrone Classico has become one of the most authentic and popular dessert traditions, Served with wines, on a cheese boards, as an after dinner dessert or a healthy snack.
Ingredients: Almonds 82%, Sugar 12%, Honey 6%. Preservative-free. May contain traces of gluten.
If we think of Sicily and a laid table, we will never miss olives. The black ones take their color from ripening. These…
Shelled Almonds, 100% product of Italy.
Almonds are produced in Puglia. Store in a cool and dry place away from heat sources.
Tonitto 1939 is a family business, which for three generations has been preparing ice cream with the same care and passion as always. He spent his first 80 years…