Italian biscotti are long, dry and crunchy oblong shaped cookies. The name “biscotti” comes from the Italian words, “bis,” which means “twice,” and “cotto,” which means “baked.” 🍪🍫🍥 And you know the best place to try them in Rome? Biscottificio Innocenti bakery!
This bakery in Trastevere area of Rome, produces 50 types of biscotti a day and has been around for over 💯 years! The intoxicating waft of freshly baked biscuits hits you long before you walk through the doors of the bakery. Try anything and if possible everything here 😛😋😉 This bakery is a popular spot in all the food tours of Rome!
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