These thin and crisp sweet rolled wafers are simply made with butter, flour and sugar to produce a light, rich delicious biscuit which slightly resembles a cigarette, from which it gets its name. Perfect with a cup of tea or coffee, they can also be filled with cream or creme fraiche and served with marinated fruit. For the chocolate biscuit aficionado, the chocolate version has almost as much chocolate as biscuit!
Casa Eceiza has been producing traditional biscuits and patisserie in Tolosa, in the mountains of the Basque Country, since 1924. Originally making these in a small bakery in the town, they now work out of a modern site outside Tolosa, but have maint
Coverage of black chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavouring), sugar, pasteurised egg, butter (milk) and wheat (gluten) flour
It contains: Eggs, Gluten, Soya
Store in a cool, dry place.
Minimum 45 days
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It is hard to imagine now but, back in 1988 when the business was founded by Monika Linton, knowledge of Spanish