Baci di Dama with Hazelnuts - Black are an alternative to the classic version. They are always typical Italian biscuits from Piedmont, but in the fine hazelnuts shortcrust pastry we find cocoa too. They are joined together with precious white chocolate, whose shape reminds the lips of a lady intent on kissing.
Baci di Dama with Hazelnuts - White are typical Italian biscuits from Piedmont. Two small balls of fine shortcrust pastry with hazelnuts, joined together with precious extra dark chocolate, whose shape reminds the lips of a lady intent on kissing.
Krumiri with Hazelnuts are a variant of the famous Piedmontese biscuit, which boasts its origin in the city of Casale Monferrato in the province of Alessandria. The typical handlebar shape of the krumiri, seems to have been dedicated by its inventor to the peculiar mustache of the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele.
Krumiri with hazelnuts covered with chocolate are the gourmand version of the handlebar shape biscuit dedicated to the mustache of the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele. After cooking, the ends of those krumiri are covered with fine Belgian extra dark chocolate.
Soft hazelnut Amaretti are typical Piedmont biscuits, whose origins are attributed to the city of Asti. Dusted with icing sugar and with a characteristic surface cracking, they are the not bitter alternative of the famous biscuit from which the name "Amaretto" is made.
Ugly but Good with hazelnuts, typical Italian biscuits originating in Piedmont, known for their irregular shape from which the appellative "ugly" but with an irresistible crunchiness and taste!