Cake made by means of the natural fermentation of sourdough, with an irregular oval shape, reminiscent of a dove. The cake itself is especially soft owing to the use of fresh milk, butter and cream.
It is light in texture and enriched with Madagascar* vanilla. The surface is covered with icing and decorated with granulated sugar and almonds.
Wheat flour, Fresh butter (milk), Fresh Eggs, Sugar, Icing (8%) (Sugar, Fresh Egg white, Sunflower oil, Almond flour, Wheat starch, Natural Flavours), Natural sourdough yeast, Italian almonds (3%), Grain of sugar, Emulsifier: mono- and fatty acid diglycerides of vegetable origin, Italian honey, Fresh cream (milk), Hight quality fresh milk, Cocoa butter, Cervia whole marine salt, Natural vanilla Mananara of Madagascar*(0.2%), Natural Flavours, Spices. *SLOW FOOD PRESIDIUM. MADE IN ITALY
Art and Food, a sweet bond at Casa Loison.
Along with the continuous search for excellent raw materials (the Good), the obsessive attention to detail in the packaging (the Beautiful) and the second destination of the package (the Useful), Dario and Sonia added another virtue to Loison products: the Artistic Value, with a personal tribute to Venetian Art Masters.
What is the relationship between confections and art at Casa Loison? The bond of art with food is not new - Plato was already talking about it more than 2,500 years ago – and today it is time to think of culture as an instrument that adds value.
Along with the continuous search for excellent raw materials (the Good), the obsessive attention to detail in the packaging (the Beautiful) and the second destination of the package (the Useful), Dario Loison and Sonia Pilla pondered over what other virtue could be associated with the already perfect creatures made by Casa Loison.
Sonia’s elegant expression took care of that, by adding an additional advantage to Loison products: the Artistic Value. Her personal tribute went to Venetian Art with the new collections dedicated to a few of the great masters: Andrea Palladio for architecture, Antonio Canova for sculpting, Giambattista Tiepolo and Giovanni Battista Zelotti for painting.