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  • Ciliegia

    Cherry

    10,50

    We are between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea, a large territory that knows all about ancient, remote history. From here the cherry begins its long journey that takes it first to Egypt, then to Greece and finally to Italy around the 2nd century BC. And these Romans already knew a lot. Because if there is a delicious, sensual and joyful fruit, it is undoubtedly the beloved, lively and tasty cherry.

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  • Fico

    Fig

    10,50

    An infinite sweetness.  Ideal for seasoning and for accompanying exotic and spicy dishes such as rice with curry, almond chicken or sweet and sour shrimp. Great on onions and on aged cheeses. Gives an impetus to already creative dishes.

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  • Sale! Fragola

    Strawberry

    10,50 8,50

    Perhaps not everyone knows that the real fruit of the strawberry is not the red pulp, but the seeds that cover it. Jokes of nature. Known since the dawn of time, a Roman legend tells that when the beautiful Adonis died, Venus wept many tears that turned into fields and fields of strawberries. Strawberry fields forever …

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  • Ginger

    Ginger

    10,50

    Enhances fried potatoes, grilled vegetables and ham and excites as an accompaniment to white fish. A bubbly and carefree note that supports the ideas of those who move with the desire to impress in the kitchen.

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  • Lampone

    Raspberry

    10,50

    Charming and creative. This is the essence of a fruity condiment, created to stimulate imagination in the kitchen and give a splash of vitality to game dishes, beef fillets, to green salads and even to ice creams.

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  • Melograno

    Pomegranate

    10,50

    A flash of unexpected brilliance that makes autumn salads even more appetizing. Its bold enough to be married with roast beef and lamb. And even with ice cream, fresh fruit and fruit salads.

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  • Menta

    Mint

    10,50

    Its refreshing, antiseptic and digestive properties are known to all, and have been since the time of the Egyptians and Romans. Galen, the famous doctor, used mint, of which about six hundred species are known, as a medicinal plant, while herbalists and sorcerers use it to make cosmetics, oils, perfumes, essences and various concoctions. It goes without saying that mint is a universal plant, good for candy, soups and roasts. Lamb without mint would not be the same.

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  • Miele

    Honey

    10,50

    A nectar. Crystalline, indulgent and voluptuous – it plays with white meats, fish fillets and creamy and mature cheeses. Pairs with ice creams and fruit with an uninhibited and carefree pleasure.

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  • Mora

    Blackberry

    10,50

    Summer in the kitchen – all year round. Pearly reflections that dance on meat and game. A perfect combination with fresh cheeses and ice creams. It is an original twist that defines the dish in the best of ways.

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  • Pera

    Pear

    10,50

    An autumn fruit with beneficial effects, especially for the intestines and the heart, the pear has been known since humans became sedentary. In China, in East Asia, in Europe, in North Africa, the pear is distinguished in numerous varieties that all have a common denominator: being good for the palate and equally good for the body.

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