Gianduiotto is typical chocolate of Turin origin, made with dark chocolate, soft paste and hazelnut cream. Born in Turin in 1865 during Carnival, this dessert is characterized by a shape that recalls the hat of the Piedmontese Gianduia mask. It is usually wrapped in foil.

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