Amaretti & Cookies
Amaretti are part of the Ligurian and Piedmontese confectionary tradition. As in the past almonds along with chestnuts, walnuts and hazelnuts were widely farmed across the region as primary crops, with laws and rules protection the orchards. Also referred to as Marzapani, the history of amaretti goes way back over many centuries. Francesco Moriondo, the official pastry chef for the Savoy court, rediscovered amaretti and defined it as the cookie we know today. Whole amaretti fried in batter are a feature of the traditional Piedmontese grotto most dish, while crumbled amaretti are a common ingredient in many regional sweets. Baratti and MilanoAmaretto embrace this long legacy and tradition. Full of the unmistakable flavor of sweet and bitter almonds, the cookies keep their softness and fragerance at length. Baratti and Milano makes its Amaretti cookies on premises still located in the hometown of Amaretti, Sassello, on the border of Liguria and Piedmont.