Fiscotti Buzz

What's all the buzz about you ask? Well, here are some articles that are filled with love because of our loyal Fiscotti fans. Enjoy the read!

Sept 2023
I had the pleasure of being on a podcast with Kathryn Wilking who is an Author, Decorator, Feng Shui Expert and Podcast Host. Have a listen HERE!

Oct 2022
We are proud to be a part of Local Street Marketplace and if you check the link, you will find some amazing local businesses you can support.

Sept 2022
I love blogging and being included with a bunch of business owners who love to write too. Check out all the contributors at Led Me to This

Feb 14, 2022
Our Love Story (Innisfil Today)

May 8, 2021
Featured in Mike Balenzano's Welcome to May newsletter.

Feb 2, 2021 
Celebrating Valentine's Day with a Sweet Fiscotti Treat (Innisfil Today)

November 24, 2020
Making Life Sweet with Freshly Baked Cookies (Digital Main Street)

September 29, 2020
Innisfil woman leaves the corporate world, whips up her own biscotti business. (Innisfil Today)

August 4, 2020
Featured on
 Digital Main Street as one of 10 local businesses that created online stores. Check it out!! 


Defining the Biscotto
"The word Biscotto is derived from the Latin “bis,” for “twice", and “coctum” or “baked” which would soon be adapted to “cotto,” meaning "cooked”."

Celebrating Biscotti
Biscotti is so special that National Biscotti Day is celebrated each year on September 29th. 

Biscotti Origins
Biscotti was originally served with Sweet Wine.

Vin Santo, or Vino Santo, is a smooth, sweet dessert wine made predominantly in the Tuscan region of Italy. The wine is cherished for its intense flavors of hazelnut, caramel and apricot, and for centuries many Italians have adored the tradition of the perfect pairing of Vin Santo with biscotti. 

While biscotti today is often enjoyed with a coffee or espresso, many Italians still find the sweet wine pairing the ultimate ending to a meal or a perfect treat to while away the afternoon at a café.