Mostarda was created in the 16th century as a means of preserving food, and as a pleasure for the eyes and palates of kings and popes alike. It evolved through the centuries and became a speciality of Italian cuisine.
It was only in the first years of the 20th century that Luigi Lazzaris, through mixing sugar with quinces, candied fruit and mustard oil, created a sauce with perfumed notes that won over all of his customers.
His fame quickly extended to the great international exhibitions of the culinary arts, spreading word of the quality of the Lazzaris brand throughout the world.

The bliss explodes in the dish, and we imagine it like this.
Slightly spicy, sweet at the right point with fruit pieces that tickle the palate.
Kaleidoscope of joys for the taste.
The spicy note of a unique compote, from the time of tradition to these days.
It’s Mostarda.

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