These mini Giandujas are made with the finest ingredients, including high quality chocolate and IGP Piedmont hazelnuts. The combination of these two ingredients creates a unique flavour profile that is both sweet and nutty. The texture is smooth and creamy, making them a truly indulgent treat.
The hazelnuts used in this product are sourced from the Piedmont region of Italy, renowned for its high quality produce. This ensures that each bite is full of flavour and packed with nutrients.
The chocolates come in an attractive tin box, making them perfect for gifting or simply enjoying at home.
These mini Giandujas are best enjoyed as is with or without a cup of tea! They can also be used to decorate cakes and desserts or as an accompaniment to cheese boards. For a truly indulgent experience, try pairing them with a glass of sweet dessert wine such as Moscato d’Asti or Vin Santo.
Angelina is a popular tea house and café with several locations in Paris and one location in NYC. It was founded in 1903 by the Austrian confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer, and originally named eponymously “Rumpelmeyer”. The tea house was owned by the Rumpelmayer family until 1963, when it was taken over by Bertrand Restauration.
The interior design of Angelina is by French architect Édouard-Jean Niermans in the Belle Époque style. The tea house quickly became an institution frequented by elite Parisians, including Marcel Proust and Coco Chanel. In 1982, the tea house welcomed the cast of La Boum 2 to film some scenes for the movie with actors Sophie Marceau and Denise Grey.
Today, Angelina is still known for its almost pudding-like hot chocolate (chocolat l’Africain) and for its Mont Blanc dessert. The name is also marketed internationally for sweets.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.