Hazelnut & Chocolate Cantuccini 200g by Dolce Amari

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
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These cantuccini – or biscotti – are hand-made deep in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, just a few miles away from their birthplace in Italy. In fact, Dolce Amari represent the best of old and new in Italy. A traditional recipe handed down over hundreds of years, mixed with creative spark and innovation to create some of the best biscuits the country has to offer. These are no exception – sweet and indulgent, the chocolate and hazelnut combine to create a deeply satisfying dessert or after-dinner snack. Dunk in sweet wine or strong Italian coffee to end your Italian meal in style.

Ingredients & Nutrition

Powdered sugar (sugar, corn starch), WHEAT flour, HAZELNUTS (18%), EGGS, Cocoa powder (6%), Butter (MILK), Cream (MILK), Raising agents (disodium diphosphate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, starch), natural flavourings.


For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.

Typical Nutritional Values per 100g: Energy 1960kJ/468kcal, Fat 22g, Of which Saturates 8.5g, Carbohydrate 56g, Of which Sugars 35g, Fibre 3.3g, Protein 9.8g, Salt 0.45g.

More Details

Contains: Wheat (containing gluten), Hazelnuts, Eggs and Milk


May Contain: Traces of other nuts, soy and derivates 


Net Quantity: 200g e


Storage Instructions: Keep in a cool and dry place.


Supplier Address: Amari s.r.l., Via Guido Rossa, 81/83 59015 Carmignano (PO)-Italy


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Reviewed by Lynn
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This is my favourite

It is tasty chocolatey biscotti. Loved it.

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Reviewed by Saurabh P.
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Classic biscotti

Love the flavour, and there were plenty of hazelnuts.

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