Premium bronze casts are used to impart to the pasta a lovely porous texture, to which sauces stick more easily. To achieve a classic al dente consistency, these artisanal pasta undergoes a slow drying process at 30°C for 12 to 20 hours, depending on thickness. This ensures the centre of the pasta stays firmer and doesn’t cook as much once plunged into boiling water. Thanks to this consistency, your pasta dishes will be a success, every time.
Farfalle are ideal for cold salads and cheese or creamy sauces.
The difference is obvious when this product is compared to mass produced pasta, extruded in Teflon casts: they are shiny and smooth, which means the sauce can't coat the pasta and ends up at the bottom of the plate instead.
These pasta are produced in one of Italy's purest, most pollutant-free areas: the mountains of the Antola natural reserve. They are made with spring water that also comes from the reserve and glyphosate-free Italian durum wheat semolina of the highest quality.