Ghiott presents a range of Cantuccini Toscani PGI, almond Cantuccini that are considered Protected Geographical Indication. Ghiott’s selection comes in a range of packagings, weights, and almond percentage.
As all Ghiott’s products, our selection of Cantuccini Toscani PGI is made with simple, genuine, and top-quality ingredients. For this specific line of products, Ghiott has selected ingredients and recipes that fall in line with the PGI procedural guidelines, which were born to protect the quality and the tradition of this product.
This makes our line of Cantuccini Toscani PGI an important part of Ghiott’s portfolio, as the PGI almond cantuccini hold all the qualities thanks to which this biscuit is appreciated all over the world. Indeed, our Cantuccini Toscani PGI follow the tradition of the typically oblique-shaped biscuit, made by cutting the strip of dough as it comes out of the oven. Our Cantuccini have a delicious golden surface, and contain at least 20% of natural unpeeled almonds.
Ghiott’s Cantuccini Toscani PGI are made with fresh milk, fresh eggs, butter, honey, flour, sugar, and obviously, unpeeled natural almonds; without any additive, colouring or preservative.
Cantuccini Toscani PGI 100g (20%) & Cantuccini Toscani PGI 250g (25%)
Our range of Cantuccini Toscani PGI begins with our smallest format, the 100g box. This product follows the PGI regulations, and has 20% of almonds.
It also comes in its bigger version, the 250g box, which instead presents 25% almonds.
These products represent Ghiott at its best, as on their packaging you can find Badia a Passignano, an abbey symbol of Chianti, where you can also find our factory.
Cantuccini Toscani PGI 250g (25%): Duomo & transparent bag
Ghiott’s Cantuccini Toscani PGI 250g with 25% almonds also come in a bag version, which can only present itself with the most iconic symbols of Ghiott’s native town: the Duomo of Florence. Otherwise, for those who love seeing what they are going to taste, our Cantuccini Toscani PGI 250g (25%) also come in a transparent bag, which recalls the Tuscan artisanal tradition.