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Zabaione Liqueur

€23,00
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With its sweet taste and vivid yellow colour, Zabaione is perfect for any occasion. 500 ml.
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Our Zabaione di casa comes from the ancient recipes of our Cesarine, who have been preparing it in their homes for generations. It is a typical liquor of the Emilia-Romagna region, which was added of the official order of Italian traditional food products - "P.A.T" - in 2011.


It has a moderate alcohol content, and can be enjoyed hot, iced or at room temperature. The traditional recipe calls for egg yolks, sugar, milk and Marsala. With a sweet taste and a classic yellow colour, our zabaglione has a slightly vanilla aftertaste obtained thanks to the natural aroma of the vanilla pods.

Ingredients: sugar (eu), hydrated alcohol, milk, marsala, egg yolks min. 7% (eu), natural flavouring (vanilla berries infusion). Alc. 21% Vol.

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, away from sources of heat and light.

Production: Produced in the factory: COMPANY CODE IT00MOX00478I.

The Zabaione of Cesarine's house is the best way to end a meal or for a sweet treat. In our homes here in Italy, this liquor is served over ice in summer while in winter it is first heated in a bain-marie.

The Cesarine, as expert cooks of Italian tradition, use it in many ways in the kitchen. It is great for enriching gelato, a perfect combination with flavours such as fiordilatte, vanilla, stracciatella and any cream-based flavour. Or, they are a lovely way to accompany home-made Italian cookies such as linguine di gatto and paste di meliga. You can even use Zabaione in your cakes, it works especially well with nuts.
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