G. Cova Milano Panettone Ricordi (Limited Edition)-Food & Drink-Creme Dor-Brassica Mercantile
G. Cova Milano Panettone Ricordi (Limited Edition)-Food & Drink-Creme Dor-Brassica Mercantile G. Cova Milano Panettone Ricordi (Limited Edition)-Food & Drink-Creme Dor-Brassica Mercantile
£25.00
The classic Italian Christmas cake direct from Milan; unique packaging with a truly important cultural and historical reference. Breramilano, in partnership with the Ricordi Historical Archive, acknowledged as the most important private music collection in the world, has created this special collection. Their intention was to blend a delicious Panettone with the grandeur of Italian Opera, shaped by Ricordi throughout two centuries of history. Each Panettone in this line is dedicated to the astonishing Ricordi Music Collection: sketches, magazines, costumes, opera librettos, posters, scores, covers, are at the origin of the diverse iconic images. This one is inspired by the art of Giacomo Puccini's Turandot opera. The ultimate gift for a lover of music, cultural history, and panettone!

Panettone Classico
1120g

Ingredients: wheat flour, candied orange - citrus and lemon peels (orange - citrus - lemon peels, -glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, acidity regulateor: citric acid), eggs, sultanas, butter, natural yeast (wheat), milk, egg yolk, emulsifiers: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, flavourings, coca butter, salt.

May contain nuts and soy.

In 1930, two well known confectionary masters, Mr. Agostino Panigada and Mr. Giovanni Cova came together to create their first workshop in Viale Nurzia in Milan. Here the real "Panetun di Milan" was born. Now known as Breramilano, the company produces superior quality confections particularly their Panettone and Pandoro which are known as the undoubted symbols of Milanese confectionary art all over the world. For this company, remembering and respecting the past means keeping alive the ancient confectionary art traditions, respecting old recipes and checking every single ingredient for quality. Their aim is to keep alive the flavours of the past as time goes by.