Celebration Box


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Whether it's a special occasion, an anniversary, a birthday, and beyond, this loaded gift box is cause for celebration! This box hits all the notes of what our Italian pantry has to offer, featuring a collection of best-sellers and favorite products. With a special celebration card, all tucked into our lemon-and-tomato-covered gift box; this makes an amazing present for any reason.

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Hazelnut & Cocoa Spread: Move over, Nutella—this decadent chocolate-hazelnut spread from Pariani is made with exquisite nocciola Piemonte, from the mountainous northern Piedmont region of Italy. Piedmontese hazelnuts are so precious that not only are they IGP-certified (the official Italian designation for products that are best in a specific region), their orchards are actually a UNESCO heritage site! More flavorful than your average hazelnut, nocciola Piemonte have a rich, complex flavor that stands up to the dark cocoa in this creamy spread. You’ll find a million and one uses for this spread, or just eat it with a spoon—we'll never tell.

Calabrian Chile Paste: The quintessential Italian pepper, Calabrian chiles are beloved around the country for the lively, flavorful heat they bring to any dish. This paste of fresh chiles crushed and preserved in olive oil is a must-have for any spice lover’s pantry.

Amaretti Cookies in Venice Tin: Amaretti cookies are the pride of Saronno, a city just north of Milan in Lombardy, and there’s no amaretti more beloved than those from Chiostro di Saronno. This humble cookie made from just a few simple ingredients is a mainstay of Italian culture, as are the iconic tins in which they have been sold for over a century. This keepsake tin features a painted scene of the canals of Venice, the perfect gift for the sweets-lover in your life.

Pomodorini Di Corbara: These bite-sized, bell-shaped cherry tomatoes only grow near the Amalfi Coast. Even more highly prized than the famous San Marzano, they have a distinctive sweet-tart profile that can’t be beaten. They’re Giada’s pick for sauces that need to sing with pure tomato flavor.

Tuscan Salt Blend: Created by world-famous Tuscan butcher Dario Cecchini, this masterful salt blend is known as Profumo del Chianti (“the scent of Chianti”). Fragrant with sun-dried herbs, including sage, lavender, and rosemary, combined with crunchy sea salt, this blend smells like a walk through the Tuscan countryside, where these plants grow in wild abundance.

Wild Cherry Jam: The variety of wild sour cherry (“visciola” in Italian) used to make this wild cherry jam from Agrimontana grows in perfumed abundance in the hills of the Piedmont. Sweeter than Amarena cherries, these fruits have a mellow acidity rounded out by a burst of pure cherry perfume. When cooked over a low temperature in an old-fashioned way, the flavor comes perfectly balanced, with a sweet tartness that retains the inimitable essence of fresh cherries.

Bio Orto Organic Olive Oil: Graceful and golden, this organic Ogliarola olive oil from Bio Orto is a love letter to Gargano, a highland sub-region of Puglia where it is made. Mild and fruity, with a velvety softness and just a touch of spicy and bitter notes held in perfect harmony, it’s a mellow stunner that will make a welcome addition to your kitchen arsenal. This oil is made only using Ogliarola olives, a variety also known as Paesana that is a Pugliese favorite.

Strozzapreti Pasta: Since 1939, the Setaro family has been making pasta on a winding street in Torre Annunziata in Naples. The semolina flour they use is minimally processed, creating a more flavorful product than those commonly found in the U.S. The company air-dries its pasta in the cool, salt-tinged breezes that blow in through wild rosemary bushes from the Mediterranean coast, a practice that makes for a delightfully chewy finished product.