Early Roman history, five centuries B.C., writers and poets describe delicious candies made up with honey covered almonds, that were offered to guests in joyful occasions like weddings parties and to celebrate the birth of a daughter or a son.
These exquisite pastry gems were considered carriers of prosperity and happiness.
The tradition carried on through the ages, and during the Medieval times the almonds were covered with sugar.
The Italian word Confetti was born to symbolize the uniqueness of the selected ingredients and the production process to combine them.
In present times this Italian tradition is still alive, through the selection of fine ingredients from narrow geographical areas and refined pastry processes, to celebrate happy events but also to satisfy daily pleasures.
The consumption of the Italian Confetti is no longer limited to joyful events, but encompasses the whole day, just in time when we can't help but sweeten our moments.
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