Moriondo Carlo Pasticceria - Amaretti

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Moriondo Carlo Pasticceria - Amaretti

Moriondo Carlo Pasticceria - Amaretti
4.5
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It was Paolina Berta, the grandmother of Gianfranco and Enrico Berta, who had for the first time the idea of accompanying the Macaroons with distilled products. An intuition that had a significant success and revealed itself as a cutting edge point. As an heir and pursuer of the traditions, in 2011, the Berta distillery decides to create a pastry activity inside its structure, introducing itself harmonically in the delightful hill landscape. It was then decided to renovate the antique tradition of the Macaroons with the grappa, newly processing the historical recipe that requires the use of sugar of uppermost quality, sweet and bitter almonds, albumen of egg and renowned distilled products. That's how a new cake with a golden look, perfumed and soft to the touch, was born. The addition in the dough of some drops of distilled products, made by Berta, makes the Mombaruzzo Macaroon even more fragrant, more delicate, at a point that makes the rich perfume of the scent of the grapes just pressed emerge. All along lover of the challenges, the Berta family decided in 2011 to expand the production of Macaroons through the acquisition of Moriondo Carlo, an historical trademark in the field of the Macaroons production. Inside the historical headquarter of Via Saracco 7, since more than a century, typical delicacies are selected and masters of the taste strive to reproduce the ancient recipes of the tradition, that are passed down from generation to generation and jealously safeguarded. In addition to the production of typical cakes, such as the Macaroons, and the grappa, there are also other products made with hazelnut, coffee, candy fruit, hazelnut cakes, tarts, dry pastry, included the so-called "baci di dama", the "brutti e buoni", the caramelized hazelnuts and almonds ; all of these are made with excellent ingredients, carefully selected, without preservatives and added flavors, as the genuineness of the dough imposes. Among the novelties figures the traditional ice-cream, made with seasoning fresh fruit, milk, eggs, chocolate and hig quality raw materials.
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John M
Santa Cruz, CA4,359 contributions
An excellent start or finish to the distillerie tour, especially at lunch time.
Oct 2015 • Couples
This restaurant is really for locals, but everyone is welcome. All of the food, wine, desserts, and alcoholic drinks are of very high quality, but yet the prices are reasonable. We arrived early for our tour of the distillerie, and started here with a nice, light lunch.
Written 14 November 2015
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Kristan P
Borehamwood, UK13 contributions
wonderful ameretti
Apr 2014 • Friends
We love this little coffee shop and enjoyed a relaxing coffee - some with Grappa plus amaretti before making our purchases to take home.
They now do meals as well but I did not try them. Next time.
Written 23 April 2014
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Mark Mrv
Maracaibo, Venezuela87 contributions
...it is not about amaretto anymore...
Jul 2013 • Friends
... if you appreciate a good grappa, the best place to try some Berta (which by the way is my preferred grappa in Italy) this is this place. And they will help you find the right grappa (with free tasting) or Barolo wine, combined with some delicious cheese, pasta and food, served with a lot of good attention at their cantina.
Most probably this place could almost be classified as a small restaurant, even if their goal is to sell amarettos, Bertas and wine.
I visited it recently (July) and it was really worth it!
Written 6 August 2013
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AlwaysgoneFlorida
Florida64 contributions
Over rated
Apr 2013 • Couples
We stopped by to purchase the "famous" amaretti cookies - I think there are better cookies in the region.
Written 22 April 2013
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