There is panettone and there is panettone and in Australia the quality can vary from a twenty buck supermarket panettone to something so exquisite that you need to be prepared to stump up.
I adore panettone, the real deal from Italy, but I am very careful as to where I lay my money down. It depends totally not just on the initial quality, obviously important, but how they are shipped is critical. Not shipped in a temperature controlled environment you’d be wasting you money.
Yes D’Angelo Coffee are my friends, but why should it surprise anyone that my friends have standards and deliver a quality that is hard to find? That is what I believe it is all about…unwavering commitment to being the best.
You can’t ring up and order, you have to get off of your butt and go there. And, let me warn you if you leave it more than a couple of weeks your selection will be limited because D’Angeo Coffee are famous for their especially imported Christmas goodies.
D’Angelo Coffee, 35 Cawthorne Street, Thebarton, SA 5031
In the early 2000s I travelled with old friends Stefano Riccioni and Mary Mortimer in Northern Italy. We discovered the most amazing Salumier fabulous delicatessen in Balsano Del Grappa and whilst we indulged in many wonderful delicacies, it was the amoretti wrapped in colourful fringed tissue that we found was beyond exquisite.
In those twenty plus years since, I have tired dozens of so called Italian biscuits and none have come close..until this.
Why is the box empty? How could I have eaten them already? I did give a few away…I NEED MORE!!!
When it comes to panettone I am a traditionalist, however, I have had the opportunity to try many flavoured panettone and these are among the best. I love the exquisite packaging some of it nothing new. This year I particularly love the panettone with the penonie paper, but they are all gorgeous. This a selection there is more!!
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