Milk, mascarpone, sugar, cream, eggs, cremovo liqueur (fine Marsala DOC 80%, sugar, alcohol, infusion of aromatic plants, flavorings, infusion egg yolks, caramel coloring), cream of ladyfingers (ladyfingers, wheat flour, sugar, fresh eggs 26%, glucose syrup, raising agents (ammonium carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, disodium diphosphate), natural flavorings).
Milk, eggs, gluten. May contain traces of nuts.
Fascinating is the story of this dessert that was born in Italy, perhaps in Tuscany, or in Veneto. There are many legends related to this sweet as good as mysterious to which great aphrodisiac virtues were attributed. The most accredited version of the history of tiramisù 'dates its birth towards the end of the seventeenth century. The dessert was born in Siena when the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Cosimo III de 'Medici decided to move for a few days to the city. Legend has it that it became the sweet favorite of the courtiers, because they attributed exciting and aphrodisiac properties. The habit of consuming abundant portions was diffused before each amorous encounter, thus taking the allusive name of tiramisù.