578 kcal / 2418 kJ
E una presenza significativa di VITAMINA E, in forma di tocoferolo (443 μg/g p.s.) – una porzione di 30 gr di mandorle ne contiene 7,76 mg, ovvero quasi l’80% della RDA, Recommended Daily Allowance;
MINERALI quali calcio, magnesio, potassio, fosforo, selenio, zinco;
e ancora vitamina B e C, carotene, fibre, fenoli, steroli.
100% Italian ﬁgs without any preservatives, thickening and colouring additives; the product is naturally sweet and it does not contain any added
Province of Bari, Apulia, Italy
Altitude of figs tree groves
200/380 metri sul livello del mare, al confine tra pre-Murgia e Alta Murgia
From June to August
Manual, directly from the tree in wicker baskets
Drying and storage
Solar drying; stored in stainless steel containers
Deep dark brown
How to store
Keep dry and cool at temperatures between + 6 °C and + 14 °C. Keep away from direct sunlight and from heat sources
150gr — 290gr — 700gr
Figs cotto is produced slow-cooking ﬁgs at low heat, continuously stirring. This type of cooking allows for the evaporation of vegetation liquids and the concentration of sugars into a thick syrup.
Figs cotto is ﬁlteredand left to cool down naturally. It is subsequently stored in dark glass containers and away from heat sources to preserve intact its natural organolectic qualities. Figs cotto is safe, namely it cannotbe altered by microorganisms, because of its naturally high sugar content and the bain-marie pasteurization.
Very sweet peculiar taste of extract. Its intensescent is reminiscent of dried prunes, honey, cocoa powder, dates, dried ﬁgs andraisins. It has spicy notes of cinnamon and caramel. The sweetness of ﬁgs cottohas a fresh counterpart ﬂavour which produces a harmonious balance with its delicate sapidity. The ending note is very persistent andreminiscent of dried fruit.
Excellent on salads, raw or cooked vegetables, stews, fresh water ﬁsh, cheese, desserts, fruit and with ice-cream. Exquisite in cocktails, ﬁgs cotto is the irreplacea ble signature ingredient in traditional Christmas pastries from Apulia.