Biscotti and Beverage Pairings

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Biscotti are like your favorite friend who always has the perfect thing to say and makes you laugh when you need it.

Biscotti are a type of Italian cookie that everyone loves. But not all biscotti are created equal, though “The Best” biscotti is likely to convert any skeptic into an avid fan.

The idea of pairing coffee and biscotti is not new, but at The Biscotti Company, we felt it was essential to share our biscotti-and-beverage pairings with you!

Enjoy one of these tried-and-true biscotti-and-beverage pairings the next time you open a bag of our incredibly delicious biscotti.

Chocolate Almond Biscotti & Milk
It’s hard to deny the near-universal appeal of chocolate almond biscotti paired with a cold glass of milk. It’s a classic combo appreciated by many; there’s just nothing better than enjoying a chocolate almond cookie with a cold glass of milk late at night. People from all walks of life have enjoyed this delicious snack forever.

Almond Biscotti & Coffee
Tanzania-style roast coffees’ cacao, brown spice, and stone fruit undertones are a perfect partner for the rich flavor of roasted almonds and amaretto in our almond biscotti. They are uniquely crispy and crunchy, making them great for dunking in a cup o’ Joe. That’s why we love our almond biscotti with Clermont Coffee. The aroma of the coffee, roasted almond, and amaretto will make your taste buds go wild!

Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti & Chamomile Tea
Chamomile tea has a gentle apple note that is perfect for an afternoon break. Its honey-like sweetness is refreshing and goes well alongside the sour and bitter flavors found in cranberry and pistachios’ fresh piney and minty flavor! Sipping your cup of warm tea while enjoying our cranberry pistachio biscotti will give you all sorts of great feelings to finish the afternoon.

biscotti-and-beverage-pairingsDark Chocolate & Orange Almond Biscotti with Riesling
The nutty and citrus flavors of wine go perfectly with our Dark Chocolate & Orange Almond cantucci (biscotti) for dunking and soaking up the sweet wine. It’s another classic, albeit Italian classic, dipping biscotti into vin santo – or paired with a late-harvest wine like Riesling. Late harvest grapes (typically picked 1-2 months after the regular harvest time) are used to make a wine with higher residual sugar, making them the ideal biscotti-beverage pairing.

The Biscotti Company bakes nine delicious flavors to choose from, including gluten-free. Try our crispy, crunchy biscotti with your favorite biscotti-beverage pairing today for a tasty snack.

 

 

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