Pappardelle is a type of pasta that is more suited to stronger flavours. It has its traditional roots in Tuscany, where the condiment par excellence consists of full-bodied sauces with a base of hare and wild boar. Pappardelle is very similar to tagliatelle, but broader (12 mm) and capable of providing intense culinary delight. The size of the wheat flour grains are more noticeable on the palate, lending a full flavour both in terms of taste and touch. Thanks to its size, Pappardelle boasts an inherent presence that serves to enhance the aesthetics of the dish even further.