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Cioccolato della Piazza dei Mestieri

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Chocolate Origins

Piazza dei Mestieri's Artisan Chocolate

It is a symbol of the Turin and Piedmontese sweet tradition loved all over Italy and even abroad. Since its birth, in 2004, the workshop at Piazza dei Mestieri has been focusing its research on quality and excellence. Gianduiotti, tablets, pralines, orange fillets, lemon zest and gianduja chocolate.Thanks to the help and passion of our chocolatiers students, Salvatore and Marina Minniti have been producing this new range of hight quality and homemade chocolates. There is a lot of inspiration coming from chocolate, both for the traditional one or the “new” chocolate but it’s always together with tradition and experience. Since the beginnning, we have been using high quality ingredients, from Southern America cocoa to fine Piedmontese hazelnuts. Craft, Love and Passion. These are the ingredients which make them unique. A wonderful combination of flavors and tasting which will give you moments of pure pleasure.

Premium Cacao Cru from South America to Madagascar

Blends of aromatic cocoa beans, mixed up with rare and delicate cocoa varieties as the Creole and the Trinitarian ones are used to produce the successful Piazza dei Mestieri homemade chocolate. The “Grand Cru”, a cocoa which even won an important award is included in our chocolate production: three different qualities, each one with its own peculiarities and coming from Venezuela, Ecuador and Madagascar. This is what allows our chefs to give you a unique and sensory chocolate experience with original aromatic notes and the heart of cocoa.

Cru cocoa meets P.G.I. Piedmontese Hazelnut

Piedmontese hazelnuts’ aroma, flavor, delicate and unique taste make them the best combination for the Piazza dei Mestieri hand-made chocolate. The organoleptic peculiarities of the “Tonde Gentili” hazelnuts from Piedmont are unique and have specific features which make them “the Best” in the world.
The protection of the PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) guarantees the production in the lower part of Piedmont, including some areas of Cuneo, Asti and Alessandria.