This Milanese panettone weights 600 grams (aprox. 1,3 pounds).
It has a long fermentation natural mother yeast that makes it more healthier. That is why it last longer and it is easy to digest. Besides, this panettone is only ellaborated with natural ingredients, like: flour, natural yeast, water, sugar, yolk, butter, honey, salt, cinnamon, raisins, orange peel and candied citron.
This Milanese panettone is made according to the original recepy of this delicious Italian bun. We respect the balance and the purity that provides the traditional recepy. Although we have experimented with another ways to make panettone, we understand the value of tradition and we like to combine and maintain them both. Did you know that, according to a popular leyend, panettones have five centuries of History? We find that keeping and making the traditional recepy is the sweetest way to honor it.
And did you know that a panettone made from scratch needs four days and more than thirty hours of fermentation to be made? That is why the keys to ellaborate a good panettone are patience and the search of the best ingredients. If you want to know more about how we make our handmade panettones, you can watch this video with all the information.
As you may guess, one of our specialities are panettones, which we ellaborate in our bakery in Aspe, Alicante. There we also prepare other handmade products like muffins or toñas, that you can find in our shop.
Can a handmade panettone be sendt abroad?
Yes, you can orden this Milanese panettone and receive it in your home with all the guarantees. Thanks to the natural mother yeast, our handmade panettones can last a month maintaining its perfect conditions (but they need to be keep away from light and heat).
If you want to know more about our family history, we have to go back to 1758. In that year, Vicente Asencio y Margarita Almodóvar began to work as a pastry chefs and confectioners in the town of Aspe, Alicante. Short time after, Vicente obtained the title of Master Confectioner from the Guild of Mestres Sucrers of Valencia. The family baton has been going from generation to generation until arriving to the hands of Raúl Asencio, Teresa Navarro and their team. They are the ones that make possible that we now can enjoy this always classic Milanese panettone.