Best of Italian Chocolates

There’s a lot of discussion about what constitutes great chocolate. Is it smooth? Is it infused with exotic flavors? Is it good for your health? At DITALIA, we believe that if it’s made with care and makes you smile, then it’s probably pretty great.

In Italy, it would be hard to find a chocolate that doesn’t satisfy these criteria, but we thought we’d share a few of our favorites to give you a head start!


1. Caffarel Dark Chocolate Gianduia Bar

Unofficially dubbed “the Italian capital of chocolate,” the northern Italian city of Turin has been churning out delightful delicacies since the early 1800’s. Pier Paul Caffarel joined the ranks of Italy’s best chocolatiers when he opened his chocolate lab out of a former tannery in 1826. Most notable for their ‘Gianduiotti,’ Caffarel’s boat-shaped chocolates are cherished as some of the sweetest Valentine’s Day gifts in Italy. Our new Dark Chocolate Gianduia bar, a rich dark chocolate twist on the classic hazelnut Gianduiotto, is the perfect way to take part in the tradition!


2. Amedei Pistachio White Chocolate Bar 

On the hunt for the world’s best single-origin cocoa beans,  Cecilia Tessieri of Amadei is a pioneer in the in the field of chocolate. Striving for excellence and authenticity, Tessieri travels to far away cocoa plantations, all in an effort to convey the essence of each region through her chocolate. This effort is made abundantly clear in her ‘Pistacchi’ White Chocolate bar, where she gently blends the creamy vanilla flavors of white chocolate with the crunch of salty pistachios. 


3. DITALIA Amaretti Cookie Crumble Bark 

We’re constantly looking for ways to bring traditional tastes and techniques into our modern kitchens. This is exactly why we created our Amaretti Cookie Crumble Bark! Classic Lazzaroni Amaretti cookies are crumbled and combined with rich dark chocolate. Nominated for a SOFI for “Outstanding Chocolate” in 2014, this treat is an instant crowd pleaser!


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