The Pandoro - a tall, star-shaped, oven-baked cake - has its own deep history in the Bauli bakery's birthplace - Verona. Bauli has been baking Il Pandoro di Verona for over 80 years, and rightfully claims the largest market share in Italy for this "bread of gold." The elegant Pandoro looks lovely at the center of the buffet or coffee table, and a vertical slice (spread with butter or marscapone cheese, if desired) sits prettily on the plate and deliciously complements a cup of hot chocolate. And, it produces
a wonderful french toast, with an Italian twist, worthy of a New Year's brunch.
Merry-makers who keep several of the signature lilac Bauli boxes in the home will have the resources at hand for spontaneous entertaining - and gift-giving. Thanks to its natural leavening process, the oven-baked cake maintains its freshness for six months in its distinctive packaging - ready for gifting without additional wrapping. Planning ahead for an effortlessly enjoyable holiday season includes ensuring there are boxes of Bauli Panettone and Pandoro di Verona
in the pantry - and under the tree.
Bauli is headquartered in Verona, Italy, where it was first founded by Ruggero Bauli.
This soft and delicatr cake from Bauli is a genuine delicacy, prepared with the best quality ingredients to produce a unique specialty, made even more fragrant and well balanced because it is left to rise naturally. A delicate recipe from the long confectionary tradition represented by bauli, to make festive moments with friends and family even sweeter.