Panforte are back and baked exclusively at the Hermitage!
This traditional dessert is a rich and chewy spice cake (the name means "strong bread" in Italian). It combines dried fruit and nuts, honey, sugar, oat and almond flours, and spices, all baked slowly to produce a moist, flavorful, delectable cake. It goes well with red wine, sweet wine, coffee, or tea, and makes a tasty snack at any time of day.
We're baking five flavors year-round:
All-natural, dairy & gluten free*!
Each cake weighs 8 oz.
*Baked in a facility that processes gluten.
Sturdily crafted of quality beechwood, these honey dippers measure about 6" in length, with a honey bulb diameter of 1 1/8th inch.
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