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Antonio Mattei Biscotti di Prato with Almonds, 8.8 ounces — Artisan Made in Tuscany

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y with a variety of beverages ranging from milk - from dairy or plants, coffee prepared different ways , hot tea or sweet wines. 

Serve them along with panna cotta or with sliced fresh strawberries and aged balsamic vinegar. Use them coarsely ground as topping for gelato, sorbet or ice cream. They make a perfect companion for afternoon tea or a cup of coffee or espresso.

Try dipping them or spreading them with another delicious artisanal treat from Italy, our Il Colle Del Gusto Granellona Brut Crunchy Hazelnut and Chocolate Spread with Italian Olive Oil.

You also can enjoy them alone, one delicious biscotti at a time.

And, if you are looking for some equally delicious, authentic, made-in-Prato, dark chocolate and Italian hazelnut biscotti made by the brother who grew up at Antonio Mattei, look here.

If you can't make it to Italy, we're very happy to make it possible to bring this delicious and authentic treat straight to your doorstep!

THE DETAILS

Ingredients: Eggs, almonds, flour, pine nuts, sugar

Artisan Producer: Biscottifico Antonio Mattei

Size: 250 grams, 8.8 ounces

Origin: Prato, Tuscany, Italy 

ABOUT ANTONIO MATTEI

Since 1858, Antonio Mattei has been producing Italian biscotti and confections in the historical bakery and shop located on Via Ricasoli, in the heart of the old city of Prato, Tuscany. The bakery has been run by the Pandolfini family for three generations.

In 1858, Antonio Mattei opened his business, producing and selling the typical almond biscuits in the old town centre of Prato. His original recipe was awarded a prize at the Exhibitions in Florence (1861), London (1862) and France (1867), and it is still kept as a secret of the Pandolfini family, which inherited the old bakery in 1908.

In 2008, the brother and sisters Francesco, Marcella, Elisabetta and Letizia Pandolfini celebrated with the whole town the 150th anniversary of the founding of the biscuit factory.