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8 oz / $1.24 per oz
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With an origin story that begins in Tuscany during the 14the century, biscotti is an enduring culinary artifact. And a yummy one. The word “biscotto” originates from the medieval Latin word biscoctus, meaning "twice-cooked." True to its name, these classic cookies are baked until they have a firm, solid texture that lets them hold their own even when dunked into coffee or tea. And with starring roles from freshly roasted California pistachios and tangy cranberries, you get an even nuttier and fruitier delivery.
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About the Brand
ENZO Olive Oil Company
The story of the Enzo Olive Company begins in 1914 with the Ricchiuti family and Vincenzo Ricchiuti’s voyage from Italy to California, bringing along his passion for vegetable growing. Generations later, they entered the olive oil business in 2008 and it has taken off ever since. Following a family tradition of excellence, Enzo has never stopped its pursuit of making high quality products.
How to use
Pair the biscotti with some fresh coffee and dunk away.
What People Are Saying
- almond variety
- coffee cup.
Delicious with coffee
A little rustic, but tasty
I enjoyed this biscotti, though its texture seems a bit rougher than most I've tried. A few more crumbs in the coffee cup. :) I find dried fruit distracting in biscotti and cranberries in particular are not my favorite, though I can enjoy them on their own occasionally. Overall, however, I found the flavor pleasant and enjoyable. I researched the brand and found that an almond variety is available. Perhaps you could offer that? Thank you.