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Marcello’s Biscotti Releases New Seasonal Fall Flavors
Published on Wed, Nov 7, 2012 (10:43 a.m.)(Las Vegas) – Marcello’s Biscotti, a local family-owned business, recently announced the release of their new biscotti flavors for their fall menu. These flavors are limited edition, and showcase the popular autumn flavors, not typically available in biscotti.
Among these flavors are Pumpkin Spice, Chocolate Chip-Mint-Pistachio, Cinnamon Roll, Double Chocolate-Cherry, White Chocolate-Cherry-Almond, Raspberry Coconut-White Chocolate, Apricot-Macadamia-White Chocolate, Almond Joy, and Blueberry Muffin. This unique Italian biscotti family recipe is exclusive to Marcello’s Biscotti, and is available in a baker’s dozen package for $12. They also offer delivery at an additional cost.
Marcello’s Biscotti also recently started offering Ravioli Dinner Kits starting at $25. This ravioli recipe has been in the family for over a century and encompasses original Italian flavors. The raviolis are made fresh, but are kept frozen, making a convenient, home-cooked meal serving four.
Founded in 2011, Marcello’s Biscotti was established by Marc Floyd, but the recipes have been in his family for generations. The biscotti and ravioli recipes migrated from Italy with the family and have been popular delicacies among his family since. The business opened to share their unique biscotti flavors with a soft consistency and a fusion of flavors, as opposed to the typical hard biscotti. The business is online-focused and located in North Las Vegas, but delivers across the valley. For more information, visit www.marcellosbiscotti.com or call 702-448-2811.
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