Traditional Panettone with raisins and candied fruit peel. The "Milanese"
pound (Libbra) is an ancient unit of measurement of Northern Italy - it
corresponds to 1120 grams. Breramilano. have adopted this
peculiarity to highlight the prestigious "Milano" line, where the
combination between taste and art reaches the most impressive outcome.
This line, formerly known as G. Cova & Co, is characterized by making use of a special paper, rough to
the touch, that takes its stylistic inspiration from their original 1930s collections.
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. Breramilano 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 flavors of
the past as time goes by.
Net weight: 1,120gr./2.46lb
Product of Italy