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Every month Gusto di Roma delivers a different curated selection of 5-6 gourmet Italian sweets and savories.

We include items with a variety of flavors that take your palate on a tour. We curate each shipment so items stand alone and also pair with others — perfect for hosting.

No cooking is typically required, but the versatile selections are likely to inspire you to be creative in the kitchen.

Items are non-perishable and mailed to customers in the United States and Puerto Rico. If ordered by the 20th of the month, the first package ships within 48 hours. Otherwise, packages ship on the 4th the next month and every following month.

The most popular purchase is for 3 packages, one delivered every month for 3 months or less frequently — you decide.

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Salami made of pork seasoned with sea salt and sherry wine in the Tuscan style. Slice and pair with this month’s onion confit to enjoy the savory pork and sweet onion. (US made, style of Toscana, Central Italy)

Onion confit that is sweet to the taste despite its onion base. The spread pairs well with more savory flavors, like those found in the salami and capers. (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy)

Sun dried tomatoes packed in extra virgin olive oil and wine vinegar. Soak up the oil, flavored with the tomatoes, with thick, fresh bread. Add to your favorite sandwich for the tangy sweetness of these Italian tomatoes. (Basilicata or Sicilia, Southern Italy)

Capers grown on Salina — a small island off of the larger island of Sicily — and packed in Sicilian sea salt. NOTE: Before eating, soak in water for 10 minutes and rinse to remove salt and reveal the capers’ natural flavor. Pair with sun dried tomatoes and/or onion spread for a unique mix of strong flavors. (Sicilia, Southern Italy

Hazelnut and cocoa spread made with extra virgin olive, similar to Nutella, but of superior quality. This sweet spread can top many desserts, but it can be hard not to eat by the spoonful! (Lazio, Central Italy)

Extra virgin olive oil produced in the antique, cold-extraction tradition. Pour into two small dishes for two dips. In one, add a sprinkle of this month’s dry arrabbiata spice mix, a dash of salt and a tad of last month’s balsamic glaze. In the other, add this month’s flavorful black olive spread. Soak soft, fresh bread in both and decide which you like better! (Sicily, Southern Italy)

Dry arrabbiata spice mix with garlic, basil, parsley and hot pepper. Blend with our olive oil, add a little salt, and sauté. Mix with hot “al dente” spaghetti for a quick meal. Or sprinkle into any red sauce to add Southern Italian flavor. (Calabria, Southern Italy)

Olive spread made from brined black olives, a touch of extra virgin olive oil and salt, thyme and rosemary. Mix with our olive oil for a quick dip. Or add Mediterranean flavor to salads by tossing a small amount with lettuce. (Liguria, Northern Italy)

Grilled green olives without pits packed in sunflower oil and white wine vinegar. Eat as is, or mix with steamed vegetables for a great side dish. (Campania, Southern Italy)

Plum jam made with only natural flavors and chunks of fruit — no artificial colors or preservatives. Perfect with breakfast toast or atop vanilla ice cream for dessert. (Piemonte, Northern Italy)

Mixed mushrooms including porcini packed in olive oil infused with wine vinegar and spices. Their strong flavor lends to eating mushrooms alone with a slice of thick bread, or sweeten with a little balsamic glaze or/and the arrabbiata sauce. (Piemonte, Northern Italy)

Broccoli flowers, or “broccoletti,” marinated in a subtly seasoned olive oil. The balsamic glaze sets off the flavors of the broccoletti. Save the olive oil from the mushrooms and broccoletti for salad and other foods. (Puglia, Southern Italy)

Balsamic glaze from Modena that’s thick, pungent, sweet and savory. Use sparingly on the mushrooms and broccoletti. Try a touch on hard cheeses, such as parmigiano-reggiano and pecorino. (Emilia Romagna, Northern Italy)

“Arrabbiata” tomato sauce, slightly spicy, made from vine-ripe tomatoes and seasoned with hot pepper and garlic. Mix a little with the mushrooms and broccoletti to give them some tomato sweetness. (Campania, Southern Italy)

Almond cookies with a light and crunchy texture that pair perfectly with coffee and tea. (Toscana, Central Italy)


"I’ve been a customer for many wonderful boxes. I finish most of the contents in a matter of days, but I save a few jars in my pantry for inspiration. I like the recipes and suggestions that come with the items."

A. Watson

"I sent this to my son and he did receive the December package upon his return to CA. He has also received the January package as well. So far he says the products are great and is looking forward to more. He loves his Italian heritage and reminds him of his recent trip to Florence. Much appreciated gift - I will consider continuing this treat!"

Cristina M.

"These boxes of Italian delicacies have been a great way for us to follow up a trip to Florence — fine black olives, artichoke tomato sauce, extra virgin olive oil, etc. What treats!"


"A wonderful treat and always a joy to receive this monthly package. A nice mix of sweet and savory. It's fun to find new and unexpected items to enjoy."


"I was gifted three boxes for Christmas. Each box contained a number of fabulous "foodie" items such as pesto, olives, sausage, crackers, candies, chocolates - you name it. The items were great quality and were uniquely Italian flavors representative of the many regions with their diverse cuisines. Highly recommend for fans of Italian food!"

Priscilla D.

"We know Mr. DeBellis and love his taste and sense of culture. He is an Italian choosing Italian food. You can't get any better than that! The items are delicious and interesting. He is true to his advertising in that every item requires NO preparation, and it has saved me a few times already with unannounced guests and my own snack attack."


"No complaints - great product and helpful, prompt, and friendly customer service."

Sean K.

"If you're looking for a great Italian meal every month, then you should try this box. It took us a minute to figure out what the Balsamic Vinaigrette was because the packaging is all in Italian. A great value for anyone interested in a culinary experience."


"I’m super busy, and shopping and cooking can take a lot of time. Gusto di Roma helps me eat healthy and indulge myself with authentic Italian food. I can host guests on the fly. They also send me recipes I can make with each box."

Photo of flask of balsamic vinegar by BrisGlassofWine -- Gusto fan and Instagram partner

On 3rd Delivery

Balsamic perfected

Complimentary artisanal balsamic vinegar by a producer in Modena, Italy, perfecting the recipe since the year 1605. This balsamic was the official vinegar of the King of Italy. Sprinkle on fine cheese, salad, fruit and meats.

On 6th Delivery

Cook like an Italian

Complimentary Italian cookbook by chef and Italy travel expert Antimo Cimino.