This lovely “Liberty” style building in the old part of town, just near the cathedral, was the ancient confectionery factory set up by grandpa Nicola Mucci, who perfected the art of confectionery from the legendary Caflisch of Naples. In 1930 he made the confectionery for the wedding of King Humbert of Savoy and Maria José. It was here that the inimitable soft-centred “Tenerelli” were created, with almonds from Puglia and hazelnuts from Piedmont, coated in two layers of chocolate. A charming late-nineteenth-century atmosphere, countless exclusive creations, and a museum illustrating the history of comfits. Four generations.
Via Gammarrota 12, 70031 Andria (BT)
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