Panforte is a delicious sweetmeat from Siena, invented by nuns and enjoyed by everyone. In addition to being enjoyed thinly slice with coffee after dinner, it is also sensational with cheese. It is a natural partner for soft cheeses like Brie. We recommend pairing with raw milk Barod BigotMarabissi is a third-generation Tuscan family business, specializing in the very best of Italian biscuits: cantucci, panforte, and soft-eating cakes like amaretti and ricciarelli.
Margherita (almond and peel) is the traditional Panforte made with candied orange and lemon peel, almonds, honey, and spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, mace, and coriander).