The Biscotto pizza stone from Naples, has a diameter of 14 ⁴⁹/₆₄” (37.5 cm), and a thickness of approximately 1”. (2.54 cm).
This stone has some flaws, but it should not affect the cooking of pizza’s.
The Biscotto stone enables high-temperature pizza frying on Kamado-type grills or other BBQ grills with a diameter larger then 15”, and where there is otherwise a problem with scorched pizza base on "normal" pizza stone with high thermal conductivity. This stone is produced in a small village outside Naples called Casapulla according to old traditional methods that stretch back several hundred years.
The rock is porous thanks to the volcanic clay mixed with volcanic ash. This in turn leads to very low thermal conductivity and a moisture absorbing property and hence perfect pizza every time.
Biscotto stones from this village are used for professional pizza ovens around the world.
Before use: Please read the instructions on this page:
The stone is shipped in reinforced cardboard boxes with biodegradable foam balls for with shock-absorbing materials to avoid breakage and safe transport.
Biscotto stone is not a perfectly carved stone
Since these stones are handmade, they can vary some in size, or be uneven on the edges. Uneven edges can be sanded down with a fine graded sandpaper. Due to the fragile nature of the stone, we do not offer any guarantee on the stones after delivery. This is standard industry practice.
Biscotto Stones International offer a guarantee during transport from our storage to delivery. Delivery is when our courier has reported the stone delivered. If your stone arrive broken/cracked, you must contact us immediately by email, and no later than 48 hours. This for the guarantee to be valid.