Biscotti di Prato are a typical traditional Tuscan dessert
"In 1858 in Prato, at Via Ricasoli 22, Antonio Mattei opened his biscuit factory and store and was making a dry almond biscuit, from a recipe of his own invention, which was bound to become Prato’s most typical and traditional biscuit."
Width 10 cm
Height 14 cm
Depth 6.5 cm