The Fiasconaro brand has been synonymous with quality since 1953 but achieved success in the 90s, when the three brothers, Martino, Nicola and Fausto, began to carry on the business started by their father Mario. We are in Castelbuono, in Sicily, a small village in the Madonie park that has become famous for the excellence achieved in the confectionery sector thanks to the intuition of Nicola Fiasconaro. Choosing to interpret Panettone, the most traditional dessert in Milan, in a Sicilian way, Nicola has created a wide range of panettone that envy us all over the world.
Some of the characteristics of Fiasconaro panettone are: the use of mother yeast and the slow leavening of three days, the meticulous choice of quality raw materials, the exclusively artisanal processing and the passion for the flavors of our Sicily.
One of Fiasconaro's Panettoni is the Panettone with Berries, an excellent combination of tradition and flavors.
Ingredients: Soft wheat flour, butter, semi-candied berries (13%) (red currant, black currant, blackberries, strawberries, bilberry, glucose-fructose syrup, sucrose, citric acid acidifier, preservative: potassium sorbate) , sugar, fresh eggs from free-range hens, white chocolate (8%) (sugar, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural vanilla extract), yolk from fresh free-range eggs , sourdough (contains wheat flour), milk chocolate (contains milk and soy), couverture chocolate (contains soy), berry granules (1%) (apple puree, black currant juice, puree of blackberries, strawberry puree, raspberry puree, sugar, fructose syrup, rice flour, cocoa butter, gelling agents: pectin, acidity regulators: citric acid, natural flavors, citrus fiber), Sicilian honey, emulsifier: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, “Marsala PDO wine”, b cocoa urro, skimmed milk powder, salt, natural vanilla flavoring, rice flour, wheat malt, glazing agents (shellac, gum arabic). It may contain traces of nuts and lupine.
Net weight: 1 kg.
Produced and packaged by Fiasconaro - Castelbuono (PA) - Italy