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If you've ever been to Italy at Christmas you've no doubt seen the ubiquitous boxes of Panettone hanging in the windows of shops, cafes, and restaurants. The famous cake is usually enjoyed after sumptuous holiday feasts. In fact it was at one of these in Milan many years ago that Panettone made its debut. Ludovico il Moro, the Lord of the city, invited many of his loyal subjects for a feast including 18 antipastos, 9 soups, 23 pastas, and 14 meat dishes! As the guests devoured the meal, the head chef faced a kitchen disaster. His dessert had fallen flat in his oven. Mama-mia! What to do!? Without missing a beat, a young kitchen assistant named Toni picked up a bowl and quickly mixed some flour, yeast, butter, sugar, spices and candied fruit. As he baked the dough, the wonderful aromas reached the nose of Ludovico il Moro. When he asked what the delicious smell was, the head chef called out that it was the bread baked by Toni. In Italian he cried out, "il pan de Toni," which became Panettone. Over the years, many variations have been created including our favorite, which is made with vanilla and lemon. We like it so much we decided to create this tea. The result is a wonderful blend of lemon, and vanilla with spicy undertones and creamy notes. Que magnifico!
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