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New Products, Old Favorites Are Starting to Arrive!!!

Update: We should have Quaranta, Bauli, Balocco, Baci, Nonna Maria Mostaccioli, and Vergani this Saturday, the 16th!

It's that time of year! The leaves are past their prime, there was frost on the car this morning and I finally gave in to the kids request and turned on the fireplace! Oh, and what you really want to hear is that pallets stocked full of treats direct from Italy are starting to arrive!

Torrone-soft and hard, croccante, biscotti and nuts from the Oliviero torrone family near Avellino are back in stock! Amaretti, brutti ma buoni, baci di dama from Amaretti del Chiostro di Sarrono are here! FIGS!! Delicious, dried figs from Cosenza. Oven dried, wrapped in fig leaves or braided on a bamboo stick - these are so good!! 

What else? Oh, marzipan! Yes, it's back. These sold out so quickly last year. They're beautiful. Make sure you order soon!

We have a ton of new items as well. Assorted biscotti samplers, ricciarelli, soft hand formed amaretti. (I nicked a box and brought them to my mom's so we could try and we felt like we were transported back to Siena!)

New this year from Fratelli motta is their panettone with chocolate chips from Sicilia! Dolciaria Sara near Rimini has shipped their soft torrone slices. New taralli flavors from Terre di Puglia and their absolutely delcious coffee and chocoalte taralli are here as well! 

There are too many products to list, so check out our NEW ITEMS page as well as our FEATURED HOLIDAY SPECIALTIES!

We'll add more items as they arrive. We know that many of you are waiting for Antica, Strega, Fiasconaro, and of course mosticcioli. If you sign up on a product's page we'll notify you as soon as the item arrives! Wishing you a wonderful start to the holiday season!

Thank you for supporting a small family business.





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