The Bossolà Bresciano
Bossolà is the typical dessert of the Brescia tradition. It comes from a slow process with the use of mother yeast and is characterized by its soft, light dough, and with an intense and pleasant aroma thanks also to the bourbon vanilla beans.
Some historical notes
Bossolà has its origins in the fertile land of the Po Valley, the parent of leavened dough desserts: Panettone, Pandoro, Torta di Rose, Anello del Monaco, Bossolà.
The production area is in the triangle: Brescia - Orzinuovi - Montichiari.
Some historical evidence traces its origins to the period following the famous battle of Maclodio - BS (12 October 1427), between the troops of Milan and the Venetian Republic commanded by Francesco Bussone better known as "The Count of Carmagnola" ( the winner).
To celebrate the victory, this soft and light dessert was probably created in honor of him, in fact Bossolà is very similar to the surname of the Count of Carmagnola (Bussone)
0.75 kg pack.