Dolci e Sfizi

In addition to chocolate, we sell nougat, amaretti, sweets, marrons glacés, candied oranges and much more … to satisfy your every craving.

Giusti Panettone and chocolates with Balsamic Vinegar
Giusti together with Antica Pasticceria Muzzi, historical italian bakery, designed a unique “panettone”, combining the best of the Milanese...
Scarpato panettone
Scarpato panettone has been made using the same mother dough since 1888, which is replenished daily with flour and water to continuously...
Manufacturer: Scarpato
Le Dolcezze di Nanni "Panforte"
From the Tuscan tradition, since the 10th century, this “poor” cake is made of genuine and precious ingredients such as Almonds, candied...
Manufacturer: Le Dolcezze di nanni
Leone pastilles
These pastilles have been Leone’s trademark confectionery product since they were first made in 1857. Carefully selected essences,...
Manufacturer: Leone
Pastiglie Leone “C’era una volta”
“Once upon a time…” is the limited-edition collection of tins dedicated to the most beloved fairy-tales of all times, letting us become...
Manufacturer: Leone
Peccatucci di Mamma Andrea candied orange peel
Sicilian oranges are candied and hand dipped in dark chocolate. Beautifully packaged in elegant gift boxes.
Barbero nougat pieces (torroncini)
The Barbero confectionery company has been making chocolates and nougat (torrone) since 1883. Their signature product, the “Friabile...
Manufacturer: Barbero
Le Chicche di Francesco Taverna torroncini
These haute patisserie torroncini (nougat pieces) from Calabria are available in 12 different flavours (orange, lemon, bergamot, licorice,...
Innocenzo Borrillo "Torroni Baci"
In San Marco dei Cavoti artisanal chocolate maker Borrillo has been making “Baci” torroncini (almond and hazelnut crunchy nougat pieces...
Manufacturer: Torroni Baci Borrillo
Pistocchi Cake
Claudio Pistocchi's famous cake: this big, soft, creamy cake is hand made with extra dark chocolate and bitter cocoa. It contains little...
Manufacturer: Pistocchi

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