Dottati Figs; harvested in September directly on our trees only when the season permits it, these beautiful flowers, are candied in a warm sugar syrup added with a little part of apple vinegar. Spectacular with all kind of cheeses or simply spread on a crisp slice of Tuscan bread.
Since 1500 candied fruit, brought to Italy by the Arabs, has been a mainstay of the pastry and the culinary arts in general, allowing a natural element such as sugar to preserve fruits and vegetables.
These are dipped in a warm bath for days at a controlled temperature, encouraging the physical exchange between water and sugar, with which maintain over time the best organoleptic and natural conservation. Learn More