Speck is uncooked, salted, and smoked pork that has been aged anywhere from six months to two years. It is incredibly flavoured with a variety of spices that make it so delicious. Often served with the traditional bread types and pickled cucumber
Cooked ham flavoured with the same spices used in the speck process, a unique and tasty cold cut.
Knödel are dumplings made of stale bread moistened with milk and bound with eggs and a tiny amount of flour. The mixture is often enriched with cheese and Speck. You will try both the classic and seasonal versions.
The laugenbrot is a typical south Tyrolean bread made by immersing bread rolls in a lye solution before baking; sometimes it is stuffed with cheese.
Strudel and particularly Apfelstrudel is our most famous dessert beyond our borders. It is a pastry made from a thin sheet of dough rolled up with filling and baked. Thanks to the incredible variety of apples this dessert is a true delicacy.
From delicate light beer to spicy strong beer, the South Tyrolean beer world boasts a diverse range.
Italian rituals expect you to end your meal with an espresso coffee.