Baratti & Milano Tiramisu' Cremino 500 Grams Bulk
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Everything you know and love about Tiramisu' condensed in a bite size Baratti & Milano chocolate. Layered with Gianduja chocolate, white chocolate and a coffee creme, this Cremino is sure to ignite your taste buds with its flavor of Tiramisu' splendor.
Net Wt. 17.6 oz. / 500 grams
Each Cremino weighs about 10.5 grams each.
About 48 pieces.
Sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, hazelnuts, almonds, coffee paste (hazelnuts, coffee ), cocoa mass, anhydrous butter, fat-reduced cocoa emulsifier: soya lecithin, natural flavours.
Store in a cool dry place, without sun and odor. 60 to 78 degrees F.
Tiramisu's literal translation is "pick me up" and references the typical Italian Tiramisu dessert which contains espresso.
Baratti e Milano Cremino al Tiramisu'
Learning about the Cremino:
The Cremino is a chocolate originally from Piedmont, in northern Italy composed by three layers, the outer layers are made with Gianduja chocolate, while the inner one can be made with coffee, lemon or hazelnut paste.
Its typical shape is a cube and it's wrapped with aluminum paper, with a band which indicates the flavor.
This chocolate was created in the first half of the 19th century by Ferdinando Baratti, who owned, with his associate Edoardo Milano, a laboratory in Turin (called "Baratti & Milano"), where they produced liquors and sweets. However, the first official papers about the Cremino are from 1934. The Cremino has been a world renowned chocolate since the days it won the hearts and taste buds of royalty first during the 1800's, in Italy and across Europe. They have long been a Baratti & Milano specialty. The little cubes of layered chocolate delight when you pull one end of the outer band and the wrapping unfolds like origami.
To be enjoyed:
A typical tiramisu' is made with a Mascarpone cream and has a hint of Marsala flavor in it therefore you can extend that flavor with pairing this wonder of chocolate with a nice sipping Marsala or to enhance the chocolate with a chocolate liquor of choice slightly chilled. In addition there is also the espresso component which pairs well alongside a coffee drink of choice!