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Taste Academy


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Eating well is a serious matter and for Tasting Marche is a true lifestyle. For this reason, Tasting Marche suggests to good foodstuff lovers a selection of high quality products, to introduce to connoisseurs: Ciauscolo, the salami original of the Marche, the Sibilla soup with cereals and legumes, simple and precious, and Guanciale whose scent is like no other.

Type: Legumes, Cured Meats, Wine
Number of Combination: 2
Number of Items: 3
Made in: Marche (Italia)
Net Weight: 2.2 Kg

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Guanciale contadino
Zuppa della Sibilla
"Marchigiano" Soft Salami

A true academy for lovers of Italian foodstuffs and wine, the tasting experience "Taste Academy" comes with the voice of the producers of the delicacies that make it up: Ciauscolo and Guanciale of Country Pig from Alteta Montegiorgio (FM), Sibilla soup with cereals and legumes of Le Delizie dei Fratelli Angeli from Pieve Torina (MC).

An extraordinary Tasting Experience, to amaze your taste buds. The unmistakable taste of pig’s meats, stirred in orange peel and anisette, contained by a slice of ciauscolo, the delicious soup with cereals and legumes that goes to the superb scent of a slice of crispy Guanciale.

Prepared for: True Italian foodstuffs fans. How to taste: Ciauscolo’s slices of fresh bread is perfect paired with toasted bread, peeled fava beans should be put to soak for at least 12 hours before cooked, following one of our recipes, Guanciale should be thinly sliced and eaten au natural or sautéed in extra virgin olive oil, to give flavour to dishes or create pasta dishes. The Rosso Conero Riserva should be served at a temperature of 18/20°.

Fava beans with chards, Ciauscolo.