This biscuit differs from the rest of Carmelina's first fruits because, in addition to the usual ingredients, it contains other flavors that make it unique and delicious.
Tantalizing, strong and captivating, the Peverini are typical Venetian sweets, prepared with flour, molasses, and pepper, as early as the 1400s. According to some, they derive from original recipesria of Ancient Greece, appreciated because it is the favorite and usual food of the Pythagorean scholars, philosophers and sages.
These biscuits, thanks to the characteristic peppery note, have earned a place of honor in the bacari, the Venetian taverns: they are perfect to soak in the "shade", a glass of wine, or to accompany local liqueurs and spirits.
An expert from the Middle Ages, St. Hildegard, advised putting a little pepper on bread to combat sadness and depression. Peverini for a good mood then?
🎗️ PACKAGE OF 250 g
Flour of WHEAT, sugar, grains of PEANUTS, non-hydrogenated vegetable fats (coconut, sunflower), EGGS pasteurized, cocoa, BUTTER 2%, pepper, raising agents (E450i disodium diphosphate, E500ii sodium bicarbonate, starch WHEAT), lemon flavor, vanillin, salt.
Average nutritional values per 100 gr.
Energy value 449 kcal (1885 KJ)
Protein 11.2 gr
Carbohydrates 57.4 gr
Fats 18.6 gr