Coppia ferrarese IGP

The bread symbol of the city

The story goes that in 1536, at a very important dinner offered by Messer Giglio to the Duke of Ferrara, people began to talk about a twisted and twisted bread.
The Coppia was born as a symbol of an entire culture, at a time when humanism allowed people to go beyond the rules of pure survival to indulge in the pleasures of aesthetics.

A central body and two rolled croutons ending in a pointy, light, fragrant shape: a true work of table art that boasts countless attempts at imitation. Unsuccessful attempts because they lack the keys to its secret: the wisdom of a centuries-old tradition, the quality of the ingredients and water, the leavening environment, its humidity and the ideal oven temperatures, and, finally, the hands of Ferrara's master bakers, skilled and capable of bringing flour and water to life.

Unlikely to walk through the streets of Ferrara early in the morning without being hit by a pleasant aroma, impossible to resist the temptation to enter an oven and savor the fragrance of the pair.

Rurality, light and warmth

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