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Ricciarelli Traditional Almond Cookies from Siena 200g

£8.95 GBP

Since 1948, Marabissi works to recreate the most authentic recipes from the Tuscan tradition, using only the best raw ingredients. This particular recipe of the traditional Ricciarelli dates back to the 15th century, when they were popular among the rich house of and around Siena.

Soft and sweet, these Marabissi Ricciarelli are a great afternoon treat to be enjoyed with a glass of sweet wine after dinner, tea or coffee, our favourite being roiboos tea.

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IngredientsSee a complete list of ingredients.

ALMONDS 40%, sugar, EGG WHITES, glucose-fructose syrup, powdered sugar (sugar, corn starch), preservative: ascorbic acid, baking agent. It may contain traces of soy, hazelnuts, nuts and milk. (allergens in CAPS)

Producer Learn more about who made this product.

The Marabissi confectionery company is a family-run business born in the heart of Chianciano Terme, Tuscany, started by Mrs. Jole in 1946, whose recipes are strictly followed to this day.

Known for its quality and the use of genuine ingredients, Marabissi specialises in the production of traditional Tuscan pastries, which are made by hand and taste like they used to.

Now in its third generation, headed by siblings Massimiliano and Dania, the grandchildren of the founders, Marabissi is still renowned for its know-how, thanks to a meticulous and dedicated team who strives to reach new heights everyday.

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Janet L.
Ricciarelli cookies

Order received very quickly with surprise gift of pasta, we love these biscuits that we could not get in supermarket so it was great to find you online well done.

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Anne N.
Coffee break treat.

It took me a while to find these, but it was worth the wait. Delicious.

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Melissa S.
Excellent Service!

Very impressed to receive a complimentary packet of Risotto rice which helped to mitigate the rather indulgent decision to buy Ricciarelli (with postage) cookies!