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Sicilyanu "Food Excellence"

sicilyanu

Import of traditional handmade Sicilian food products in Australia. Based in Melbourne Info@sicilyanu.com. M:0447528923

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Tasting of traditional Sicilian Torrone from @sicilyanu at @doc_gastronomia! #cheese #wines #eatmelbourne #melbourne #melbournefood
Today tasting  Sicilian hand-made Torrone #dessert #cheese #wine #eatmelbourne
The story of @sicilyanu started in Melbourne 4 years ago by the personal passion of @damianoroccuzzo to represent the Sicilian traditional food History in Australia. #italy #sicily #traditions #melbourne #melbournefood #eatmelbourne #melbournefoodblogger #melbournefoodie
Sicilyanu Traditional Torrone is Available at M&G Caiafa at the Queen Victoria Market. Make sure you will taste the difference. #queenvictoriamarket #melbourne #melbournefood #value #tradition #sicily
Sicilyanu Food Excellence: Torrone Bianco con Mandorle e Pistacchio a specialty hand made from Sicily only with @sicilyanu in #melbourne.
Torrone Bianco alle Mandorle. Have you tried the finest taste of the Torrone Bianco selected by @sicilyanu ? #dessert #wine #champagnemelbourne#eatmelbourne #foodpornmelbourne #traditions #sicily #australianfood
The Cobaita Selected by @sicilyanu is Hand made from the best raw ingredients, accordingly to the traditional process. #sicily#australia #melbourne #functionsmelbourne
The term ‘’ Torrone’’ comes from the Latin ‘’Torreo’’ which means To toast and which refers to the manual process of manufacturing. It was introduced by the Arabs into the Mediterranean from the eleventh century. Amazing on a cheese plate, with a full body red Wine 🍷. #wines #cheese #melbounefood #eatmelbourne #dessert #calendar #yarravalleywedding @sicilyanu
Our new Cobaita is going to be released soon. It is hand-made in Sicily according to the Sicilian Traditions. Amazing in a cheese plates, Divine with Wines. #tradition #values#share #melbourne #retailers #foodporn #dessert#eatmelbourne #calendarcheesecompany
Have you tried our Cobaita on a cheese plate with wines? #eatmelbourne #melbournecheese #melbournefoodporn #melbournewinebar #melbornefood #sicilyanu
Have you ever tried Sicilyanu Cobaita? Entirely made with sesame seed and honey according to the tradition. #melbornefood #eatmelbourne #melbournewinebar #melbournewine #melbournecheese #melbournefoodscene #christmastraditions#melbournerestaurants #sicilianfood #sicilyanu
The History of the Torrone selected by Sicilyanu draws upon the 11th century. Nowadays is one of the most appreciated dessert traditions in Sicily. Amazing on a cheese board, divine with wines. Tomorrow on tasting at Toscano’s in Toorak and Saturday in kew. Come to try some! #melbornefood #eatmelbourne #melbourne_insta #melbournedessert #melbournecheese #melbournewine #christmas #tradition #sicily #australia #sicilyanu #toscanos
Sicilian Torrone Bianco with Almonds and Pistachios. @sicilyanu #toscanos#melbournedesserts#eatmelbourne #christmas #traditions #sicily
Our Torrone is on tasting today. #melbournefoodscene #melbournefoodporn #melbournecheesescene
Torrone Bianco with Almonds. This hand-process Torrone has an incredible taste served with Wines on a cheese boards or crumbled on top of Gelato. Another unique product released by #sicilyanu #cheeseboard #pinotnoir #yarravalley #dessert #tradition
Our Torrone Classico is hand made with Almonds, Sugar and Honey from the Iblei Mountain. It has no preservatives. Stunning presentations for your Christmas boards. #melbournefood #melbournefoodporn #dessert#eatmelbourne
The term Torrone comes from the latin “Torreo” which means “To Toast” And which refers to the manual process of manufacturing. It was introduced by the Arabs into the Mediterranean from the eleventh century. In Sicily the Torrone Classico has Become one of the most Authentic and popular dessert traditions. Every aesthetic imperfection is a characteristic. Only with#sicilyanu #dessert #cheeseboard #melbornefood #traditionalfood
The Cobaita also called Giuggiulena is a typical Sicilian dessert. The name Cobaita derives from the Arabic name of the main ingredient, Sesame Seed. In the traditional Sicilian process the seeds are poured whole into honey and the caramelised. Contact us for more info and purchases. Available in Melbourne only with Sicilyanu Food Excellence. #melbournefood #dessert #cheese #wines

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