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Parrozzo has been with us on the menu for quite some time, because the balanced shape with the keyhole bridge looks like it "fits" every face.
- designed at FUNK Headquarter Kinsau / Germany
- manufactured to the highest quality standards in China
- spectacle case and cleaning cloth included in delivery
we feed your face
Parrozzo is a traditional cake from the Abruzzo region of Italy. It is traditionally served as a Christmas dessert, but is also enjoyed all year round. Parrozzo is officially designated as a traditional food product of Abruzzo. Parrozzo was invented in 1920 by Luigi D'Amico, a bakery owner in Pescara, in Pescara. D'Amico wanted to create a cake similar to the traditional bread made by local farmers with corn flour. Parrozzo has the same round shape as the bread, contains eggs that mimic the yellow of the corn, and is covered with a layer of dark chocolate that recalls the burnt surface of bread reminiscent.
* If a colour is not available, it may be available at an optician near you.
Front piece: acetate