Panforte is one the most famous specialties of the Tuscan city of Siena. Panforte is a flat, dense, round confection very similar to a soft torrone. It is made by dissolving sugar with honey and a touch of flour, and then mixing in hazelnuts, almonds, chopped candied citron, chopped citrus peel, and various spices. The mixture is then baked in a shallow round dish until firm and dry. Fiorito Panforte is the classic Panforte topped with a thin layer of pure marzipan.
Pasticcerie Sinatti Panforte is wrapped in a typical Sienese design and contains an envelope of powder sugar for dusting before serving. After dusting, cut the Panforte in small wedges and serve with coffee, or with a glass of sweet dessert wine.