Baratti & Milano 4 Emozioni Cremotto 1kg
Baratti e Milano Cremotto 4 Emozioni
Showstopper! Dressed in the finest layers of chocolate and ready to impress!
This delicious Baratti & Milano large layered square jewel of artisanal chocolate is made from four incredible layers of Baratti & Milano creations. The first layer is of "fondente" which can refer to dark chocolate, but more specifically translates as "concentrated" or "more pure" chocolate. Made from a combination of red fruit forward Ecuadorian Cacao and mineral and floral forward Ghana Cacao.
Second there is a layer of the original recipe with a long tradition, gianduja chocolate, velvety chocolate emulsified so smoothly and harmoniously with Piedmont's famous “Tonda e Gentile” hazelnut, it melts in your mouth.
Third there is a layer of milk chocolate. This milk chocolate is the same blend as the fondente chocolate, but expertly blended with cow's milk from Normandy France. This milk is highly regarded in Europe because of the high protein level compared to fat. This gives the chocolate a richness without an overwhelming bitterness.
The fourth and final layer is the cacao fat, or better known as white chocolate layer. This layer is made from the best of the cacao fat from both cacao sources to create a white chocolate like you've never tasted before.
Combine these layers together and you have the four emotions of flavor. Once you take a bite of this creation of all four layers, and let it naturally melt in your mouth, you experience each layer at a time in a way that we can only describe as emotions.
One Large Cremotto Chocolate
Net Weight. 1000g/35.3 oz
Sugar, hazelnuts (20%), cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural flavoring. It may contain traces of other nuts.
Produced in the same facility as and may contain trace amounts of pistachios and almonds.
Store in a cool dry place, without sun and odor. 68 to 73 degrees F.
Your Italian Lesson
4 Emozioni Di Gusto is Italian for 4 emotions of taste.
The true translation of Dark in Italian is Scuro but when describing a dark chocolate many will use the word Fondente which also translates as "concentrated" or "more pure" chocolate.
Enjoying our Chocolates
This chocolate is best represented at room temperature and will melt in your mouth. You can pair this chocolate with a frosty glass of almond milk, or for a different setting, a wine glass of Alta Langhe Sparkling wine, made in the high hills just east of the factory, where most of the hazelnuts are grown in a sub region named Langhe or in local dialect, Langa. Or Dolcetto red wine from Dogliani, made just south of the Baratti factory, about ten minutes south of Barolo. Dolcetto is a fuller body fruit forward wine that can express amazing notes of blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries.