Panettone al Cappuccino, 1kg

£22.95

MSRP:

SKU: 06532

Description

Panettone al Cappuccino – with coffee infused dough, coffee dark chocolate pieces, white chocolate icing and cocoa nibs

Combining Italy’s most iconic Christmas cake and drink.

Coffee flavour flows through the dough, and is then studded generously with coffee flavoured dark chocolate pieces.

Topped with white chocolate icing and cocoa nibs to resemble Italy’s most famous drink.

Net Weight: 1kg

 

 

Serving suggestions: 

 

 

 

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place

 

 

 

 

Ingredients List;

 

 

 

Wheat flour, coffee chocolate (18%) (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, coffee (7%), emulsifier: soya lecithin; vanillin), butter
(milk), pasteurized egg yolk, sugar, natural yeast (contains wheat), sugar syrup, emulsifiers: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids of vegetable origin, sunflower lecithin; soluble coffee (0.5%), salt, malted wheat flour, flavourings, vanilla extract from Madagascar beans.

TOPPING INGREDIENTS (14.9%): white chocolate (11.2%) (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin; natural vanilla flavouring), sugar grains with cocoa (3.7%) (sugar, wheat starch, sunflower oil,
fat-reduced cocoa powder (5%), cocoa mass (3%), potato starch).

 

 

 

Allergens: For allergens see ingredients in boldSUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS.  May also contain traces of other nuts, peanuts, mustard and lupin.

 

 

 

 

 

Nutrient

Per 100g

Energy

KJ

1873

Energy

Kcal

448

Fat

G

25

Saturates

G

15

Mono – unsaturates

G

Polyunsaturates

G

Carbohydrates

G

46

Sugars

G

23

Of which Added Sugars

G

Starch

G

Fibre

G

3

Protein

G

9

Sodium

G

0.12

Salt

G

0.4

 

 

 

Region

Piemonte

Piemonte
Piemonte (or Piedmont) is the second largest region of Italy, found in the north west of the country. Its largest city and the original capital of Italy is Turin, the bustling business and culture hub of northern Italy. Turin is filled with a mixture of 16th and 18th century renaissance, baroque and neo classical architecture. More up-to-date, it is also home to Juventus FC, one of Italy’s best football teams.

Moving away from the cities, Piedmont is known for its connection to the Alps. Almost half of the region is covered by mountains, making it one of Italy’s top skiing destinations. The geography of the region generates great agricultural farm land and it is best known for its grapes and wine production. Barolo and Barbaresco red wines are made from the Nebbiolo grape, and the sparkling Asti Spumante comes from the Moscato grape.

Besides wine, the region also produces a vast amount of Italian risotto rice. Arborio, Carnaroli and 11 other varieties of rice are grown in paddy fields, irrigated by river water.