The tarallo Aviglianese is a very soft, brittle biscuit covered with a light frosting of sugar fondant flavored with aniseed, assuming a snow-white. Tarallo is a biscuit Avigliano the classic tradition, of Avigliano Lucania originating country to the province of Potenza, known by the term “Lu Mustazzuol Cù R’ Zuccr”.
This can be seen as representative of the area and not just Avigliano, is considered the prince of baked goods, both for its quality and for the symbol of historical representation, traces of which date back to the nineteenth century., Where the more affluent families it offered to the guests on the wedding day for their children. Left to just over wedding symbol of the twentieth century. Today it has become a typical rare much appreciated by consumers eager to watch old flavors.
Product of tradition Lucan, worked to hand with high quality ingredients. Cooked in a wood oven.
Fondant sugar (cane sugar, glucose syrup, water, in varying proportions) fumento wheat flour type “00”, fresh eggs, olive oil, anise (1%), alcohol, raising agents (disodium diphosphate, carbonate acid sodium).
May contain traces of: cereals containing gluten, milk, nuts, sesame seeds, peanuts, soya and products thereof. Ingredients highlighted may cause adverse effects in allergic and intolerant people.
Store in a cool, dry place at temperatures below 20°C. Product subject to natural weight loss. Shelf life: 9 months.