Domori Gianduiotti, Casket of Italian Classic Gianduiotto Chocolates, 200 Grams / 7.05 Ounces

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Domori Gianduiotti, Casket of Italian Classic Gianduiotto Chocolates, 200 Grams / 7.05 Ounces

Domori Gianduiotti, Casket of Italian Classic Gianduiotto Chocolates, 200 Grams / 7.05 Ounces

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The official "birth" of gianduiotti was in 1852 in Turin, by Pierre Paul Caffarel and Michele Prochet, the first to completely grind hazelnuts into a paste before adding them to the cocoa and sugar mix. Usually wrapped in a thin silver, golden or colored aluminum foil, the ingot shape treat has been produced by local chocolatiers here for centuries. to communicate personal data to third parties for their autonomous processing having the purpose of e-mail marketing, telemarketing, Sms marketing and other means of electronic commercial communication. Calories: 90 kcal | Carbohydrates: 8 g | Protein: 1 g | Fat: 6 g | Saturated Fat: 3 g | Sodium: 3 mg | Potassium: 75 mg | Fiber: 1 g | Sugar: 5 g | Vitamin A: 5 IU | Vitamin C: 0. For those who prefer their chocolate in a Nutella-style spread, gianduiotto has its own version, “crema spalmabile di Gianduja,” with a slightly granular texture that tastes wonderful on bread.

Please always read the label, warnings and instructions provided on the product before using or consuming it. The idea of combining cocoa with a homegrown fruit, the hazelnut, soon proved to be ingenious: and here in 1865 were the first "gianduia," which soon became " gianduiotti" with their unmistakable upside-down boat shape. Gianduiotto is now a specific chocolate type alongside dark, white, and milk chocolate,” says Castagna. The idea of mixing hazelnut pieces to "standard" chocolates is said to have arisen during Napoleon's reign, when importing cocoa from South America became difficult. Along with a passion for authentic Italian Pesto and Pasta, Sacla' offers a window to the world of fine Italian food and drink.We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product.

it, you can exercise the right of access, to rectification, the right “to be forgotten” (erasure), to restriction of processing, to data portability and to object to the processing of your data on legitimate grounds and for marketing purposes – also limited to one or more contact means (e.These individually gold tin foil wrapped chocolates, in their upside down boat shape, originated in Northern Italy in Piedmont. It was Gianduja, the famous Piedmontese Carnival mask, that threw the ‘ Givò’ (Piedmontese for cigar butts), sweets shaped like an upturned boat, to a crowd during a procession. Classic Giandujotto (milk chocolate enriched with ground hazelnut) and Gianduiotto "Fondente" (dark chocolate with ground hazelnuts). Personal data may be communicated to third parties for their direct marketing purposes, according to the user’s choices: such third parties can operate in direct marketing field, especially, in distance selling (you can ask for the complete list by contacting the Controller at the address and e-mail as referred to in the paragraph “Data subjects’ rights”).

According to revered artisan chocolatier Guido Castagna, gianduiotto is far more than just an iconic chocolate. The Barbero family have developed a reputation for making some of the finest chocolates and sweets across Italy, and this is the perfect gift for anyone who simply can’t get enough chocolate. Made of a rich paste consisting of fine cocoa mixed with the premium hazelnuts that grow in Piedmont’s Langhe region, it’s hugely popular with locals. The painting Gianduja e Giandujotto pictured above is a work by the Torinese painter Walter Jervolino. Vanini è un marchio di ICAM SPA, prodotto nello stabilimento di Via Caio Plinio 5/7 – Orsenigo (CO) Icam spa, società per azioni – capitale sociale € 12.The name gianduiotto is thought to come from carnival figure Gianduja, a jolly wine-loving peasant, popular in the 1800s, who embodied the epicurean nature of locals.



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