Panforte is a typical sweet from Siena with ancient origins. Originally created by the nuns in a medieval convent in honour of a visiting Pope, this Italian sweet has since been a staple in its tradition. The first written record of this sweet dates back to the year 1000 and it used to be a delicacy only amongst noblemen, the rich and the clergy. It is typically enjoyed over the festive season and consists of a mixture of flour, sugar, honey, various nuts, spices and candied fruits.

This version of Panforte is hand made in the hills of Tuscany. The Masoni's panforte is a lovely twist to the traditional Italian recipe, using figs & walnuts as a delicious base.

Usually enjoyed after dinner with a sweet wine or coffee but also delicious paired with cheese! 

Price x 350G

Ingredients: 30% dried figs, 30% walnuts, sugar, wheat flour, glucose syrup, honey, spices, starch wafer(potato starch, water)

See allergens in bold. Contains Gluten, Nuts, Figs. May contain traces of Eggs, Milk, Nuts and Lectins. Made in Italy.

Average Nutritional Values per 100g:
Energy (kj) 1580 (kcal) 375
Fat 11.75g
of which saturates 1g
Carbohydrates 61.82g
of which sugars 29g
Fibre 5g
Protein 5.52g
Salt 0.83g