A traditional and authentic Portuguese scrumptious and sweet delight from the Beira Baixa historic province. These biscuits are originally named after a region within Beira Baixa called Idanha-a-Nova (hence their name "Esses de Idanha").ha").
Wheat flour (30%), egg yolk, sugar and extra virgin olive oil (22%) Contains allergens: gluten and eggs. It may contain traces: peanuts, soy, milk, nuts, sesame, sulfur / sulphides.
Use & Maintenance
All our products are made with quality materials, respecting the good manufacturing practices of pastry, food hygiene and safety requirements. They must be kept away from sunlight, odors, and stored in a dry and cool place. For more information, see the instructions on the labels.