A fine selection of the kind of nibbles the Italians are very good at. Good to spread for the classic aperitivo hour, or just when you fancy a drink.
Carta da Musica – so called because it is as thin as a sheet of music paper, this is a crisp and delicious bread imported from Sardinia by our friends at Vallebonna. Excellent heaped with caponata, and even better topped with a hunk of pecorino drizzled with honey
Pecorino from Corzano e Paterno – sheep’s cheeses hand made in Tuscany with milk from a flock that graze the bitter herbs and grasses between the vines in this wonderful winery’s vineyards. There are a variety of different styles, and all are exceptional.
Wild green and black olives – from Calabria, these are bitter and aromatic, perfumed with the heady scents of fennel, chilli & bay. Olives as they once were, and should always be.
Caponata – made in-house by the Bocca di Lupo kitchen, this is a piquant Sicilian mix of aubergines, celery, tomato & capers cooked until thick and luscious and spiked with agrodolce.
Truffle honey – Sardinian honey impregnated with the heady aroma of white truffles. Fantastic drizzled onto hunk of pecorino or your partner’s body
Taralli – crisp and salty, these donut shaped Pugliese crackers make for a fantastic bar snack, and the perfect nibble with a Negroni.
Crema di Pecorino – a soft, spreadable cream of Sardinian pecorino, this is fantastic on sheets of carta da musica, or as the base of a rather exceptional sandwich.
ALLERGENS: all packs are prepared in a mixed kitchen, we cannot guarantee the absence of ANY allergen. All packs of this dish contain dairy, gluten, alliums, eggs, celery, and nuts.