Lescure dairies have a well-earned reputation that extends well beyond their home region. Lescure milk combines the clean, delicate flavour of quality milk with a balanced texture neither too creamy 0r too thin. Plus the subtle blend of soil and climate (the so-called terroir) gives lescure’s dairy products their identity, personality and authentic delicate flavour.
Pleasantly smooth, heavenly hazelnut flavour.
Count on Creme dell’Artigia0 0cciola to add a smooth filling with a lovely hazelnut taste and a velvety mouthfeel to your rolls, croissants and pastries.
This baking paste easily resists oven temperatures up to 200°C and is just perfect for filling and baking Danish pastries, tartlets, rolls, buns and so much more. After baking, Creme dell’Artigia0 0cciola remains smooth and soft without hardening or drying out.
Applying is easy: first soften of slightly heat the crème before piping.
Creme dell’Artigia0 can be used for glazing pastries and entremets as well. After heating up to 40°C and applying to pastries, it sets rather quickly, but keeps its soft, smooth texture and great mouthfeel.
Creme dell’Artigia0 0cciola owes its great taste and texture to its unique composition based on hazelnuts and 0n-hydro vegetable fats.
White chocolate taste – a dream to work with.
Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca is a ready-to-use base for glazing and filling pastries.
With its lovely white chocolaty taste and soft, creamy texture, this crème is great for filling choux pastries, Italian crust pastries, tartlets and so much more. It’s also perfect for glazing cakes and pastries with a satin, white coating that remains soft and has a pleasant mouthfeel. Used as glazing, it keeps its perfect looks on your pastries during their shelf life and doesn’t run off.
You can also fill or cover desserts and pastries with Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca, and immediately store them in the freezer for sell-out later on.
Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca offers great convenience: just soften or heat up to ±30°C to achieve a perfect texture for piping or to ±40°C for a more runny glazing texture.
It has a long shelf life and only contains 0n-hydro fats.