Alpine cuisine coupled with Italian sophistication and lightness. The natural coexistence of specialities from both culinary traditions in South Tyrol results in unique gastronomic delights.

Aniseed Coins

Anise, usually used in Schüttelbrot flatbread, gives these winter cookies their authentic local taste.

Lebkuchen Biscuits

The individual recipes are usually secret  only honey from South Tyrol is a constant.

Mulled wine (Glühwein)

It's your choice! You can enjoy a glass of mulled wine with or without alcohol. Here is the perfect recipe.

Pine Nut Kisses

The taste most people know from real Italian pesto is absolutely delicious in sweets.

Christmas Zelten Cake

This traditional fruitcake is like South Tyrol: exotic spices, southern fruits, and as strong as the region.

Spitzbuben Biscuits

The sweetness of homemade jam, at odds with the name (Spitzbub = scoundrel), adds a touch of summer.

Vanilla Crescent Biscuits (Vanillekipferln)

The universal taste of Christmas is a permanent fixture in South Tyrol’s holiday baked goods.

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