Panettone Frutta e FioriRosa
With raisins, rose syrup and rose cream
code 9046 - 1000 g - 2 lb 3 1/4 oz (35.25 oz)code 9047 - 600 g - 1 lb 5 1/5 oz (21.20 oz)


Our Panettone Rosa is made with a blend of different roses, including the Damask Rose. Cultivated since the time of the Persians, this variety is renowned for its intoxicating and delicate scent. Every year, in the Rose Valley of Bulgaria – a region protected by mountains – beautiful roses in full bloom are harvested by hand from May to June. The roses are picked in the early morning, so to preserve all their floral nuances. With over 400 aromatic substances, the Damask Rose is aptly called the Queen of Roses. To make this Panettone, the Damask Rose is combined with a carefully calibrated syrup infused with Ligurian Roses (a Slow Food Presidium). The recipe for the rose syrup is based on an old and celebrated tradition that dates back to the 1600s. According to the Presidium, the syrup is made using the petals of roses grown with sustainable cultivation methods, far from any source of pollution.

Syrup infused with Ligurian Roses
Artisanal rose syrup is made from an infusion of petals from four different varieties of roses: the musk rose, the French rose, the cabbage rose and the crested moss rose (aka Chapeau de Napoléon). The roses for this syrup bloom only once a year and are picked between the middle of May and the first days of June, when the petals are fully open.
Sultana raisins
Sultana raisins from Turkey, featuring seedless, even-looking fruits, are sweet and plump. The grapes are dried naturally out in the sun with no added preservatives.
Mananara vanilla from Madagascar
Vanilla is one of the most prized spices. The first to use it were the Aztecs. We source ours directly from growers in Madagascar, as they offer one of the best vanilla crops in the world. The fragrant black pods we are more familiar with are obtained after a lengthy production process.