Chocolate Coated Torroncini Nougat 100g by D. Barbero

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Perfect for Mother's Day.

To make this traditional torroncini, the experts at Barbero still follow the old family recipe. The star ingredients are egg whites, the finest Piedmont hazelnuts and local ‘millefiori’ honey.

Once it’s been steamed for seven hours, the nougat is shaped, cut and cooled on marble tables. It’s then carefully covered with rich dark chocolate to give it that luxurious finish.

Give this delicate little Torroncini Gift Box as a present and your loved one will immediately know there’s something special inside. Treat yourself to a box and you’ll wonder why you ever ate anything else.

Ingredients & Nutrition

Nougat (65%): Piedmont HAZELNUTS (45%), Honey, Sugar, Glucose syrup, EGG white, Wafer (potato starch, water, olive oil), Natural vanilla from Madagascar, Cornflour.


Extra dark chocolate (35%): Cocoa paste, Sugar, Cocoa butter, Anhydrous butter (MILK), Emulsifier: SOYA Lecithin, Natural vanilla flavouring; Minimum cocoa content 50.2%


For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.

Typical Nutritional Values per 100g: Energy 2298kJ/551kcal, Fat 35g, Of which Saturates 9.9g, Carbohydrate 50g, Of which Sugars 39g, Protein 8.7g, Salt 0.08g

More Details

Contains: Hazelnuts, Milk, Soya, Egg


May Contain: Other Nuts, Wheat (containing gluten), Sesame


Net Quantity: 100g ℮


Storage Instructions: Keep in a cool and dry place away from heat and light.


Supplier Address: D. Barbero - Via Angelo Brofferio 84, 14100, Asti, Italy

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