2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Rigoni di Asiago Gourmet Jams & Spreads
2011 Holiday Gift Guide – Your Holiday Table
If you’re looking for a tasty addition to your food table for the holidays – or if you’re looking for a special gift for your favorite foodie or the has-everything-friend – then may I suggest that you consider Rigoni di Asiago gourmet organic jams and spreads. Rigoni di Asiago has based it’s entire company on producing from organic farms. They started with their honey, then proceeded to the Fiordifrutta jams, added the Nocciolata chocolate hazelnut spread and has recently started to produce ready-to-eat fruit desserts.
Each jar of FiordiFrutta jams and fruit spreads is made with 3 pounds of organic fruit and is sweetened with DolciDi apple juice (no added sugar). They use a special low-temperature cooking method when producing them that helps retain the vitamins, minerals and aroma. The jams come in 17 tasty flavors; some are traditional, like strawberry and apricot, and others are more exotic, like bitter orange and Cornelian cherry.
The Nocciolata spread is a special chocolate hazelnut spread that blends dark chocolate, hazelnuts, brown sugar, skim milk powder, cocoa butter and sunflower oil. It’s a creamy version of the spread that you find in your local grocery store, containing less sugar, no palm oil and 15% more hazelnut. It’s a labor of love; the processing phase takes 60 hours!
The spreads and jams are really quite excellent. We sampled the strawberry, raspberry and apricot jams and thought they were all well-worth the reasonable cost of $5-$6 per jar (each jar contains almost 9 ounces). My FIL’s favorite spread is raspberry so we had him try it while visiting one afternoon and he was very impressed. We also sampled theNocciolata spread and if I could have licked thte knife, I would have. I love chocolate and hazelnut as a flavor combination and this was so good. I can’t wait for a lazy weekend when I can make stuffed french toast with it.
Where to Buy:
You can purchase directly from the Rigoni di Asiago website, Whole Foods Stores, or you can find some of their products on Amazon.
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I received one or more of the above product in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received and all opinions are 100% mine and my family’s.
I would love to try either the lemon marmalade or cranberry jam
I would love to try the orange blossom honey.
The lemon marmalade sounds delicious.
I want to try the Cranberry Jam!
I want to try the cranberry jam as I have never heard of it before
Rigoni Di Asiago Chestnut Honey
I would SO love to try the Nocciolata spread!
The Lemon Marmalade sounds delicious~
The cranberry jam sounds wonderful for thumbprint cookies. Yum!
would love to try their organic honey
I'd love to try the Nocciolata.
I'd like to try the Forest Honey, Sounds delicious! Thanks!
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I'd like to try he orange blossum honey.
I would love to try their Fiordifrutta
Name: Sarah Walker
I would love to try the cherry Fiordifrutta.
Would love to try the Nocciolata.
I'd love to try the Fiordifrutta
I would love to try their Rigoni di Asiago Organic Honey. Holly Hennessy Swint email@example.com
I would love to try the apricot jam!
Peach and Apricot fruitosa
I would love to try the Apple Blossom Honey.
I would like to try the Acacia honey
Gorgonzola mousse, savoury biscuits, celery and pear salad with gooseberry cream
I would like to try the Fiordifrutta in Blueberry..it sounds delicious!! Pamela Carroll Neese
I would love to try the Strawberry and Pomegranate Fruttosa.
Would love to try the organic honey. Thanks!
I would like the Forest Honey
I would love to try the Lemon Blossom Honey.
I would like to try the apple blossom honey