Dankowski Nowe (Danko) is a rye cultivar with flavor profile that includes bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice, which makes for amazing pastas and rye breads.
Danko whole grain
Dankowski Nowe (Danko) is a rye cultivar from Poland that was developed in 1976. Despite its medium yield and poor winter hardiness, it is a popular rye sort due to its flavor profile that includes bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice. When sifted to '00' it makes amazing pastas. The taste of rye breads made with Danko immediately transports one right into a bakery somewhere in the Baltic-Scandinavian region of Europe.
The whole wheat quality is stone-milled at Dutch Fika (grain berries sourced from Barton Springs Mill).
The '00' type quality is stone-milled and sifted at Barton Springs Mill.