In Italy, pistachio immediately recalls Bronte, a town on the slopes of Etna, famous for its pistachio. Slow food certified, the so-called Bronte’s green gold, is the protagonist of recipes ranging from Sicilian pesto or more specifically alla brontese for pasta, to sweets and cured meats. At the end of summer, the town dedicates to it a festival of historic setting, combining tradition, taste, reminiscence, history, gastronomic culture. Bronte pistachio is recognizable for its size, color, emerald green, and taste.
Azienda Agricola Brontese di Giuseppe Andronaco