Baci di Dama, Dolceria Sabauda, 200g


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Baci di Dama (Italian for lady's kisses) are little hazelnut biscuits held together with some dark chocolate; they are famous all over Italy and often packaged in beautiful tins and boxes for giving as gifts. Their texture is both crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth tender which makes it so hard to stop at just one.

Dolceria Sabauda (I Dolci del Moro) dates back to 1966 when Francesco Cazzulo opened a bakery in Piedmont. Baci di Dama and Amaretti are their specialty.

These biscuits are perfect to serve next to a hot cup of coffee or espresso in the morning, or as an afternoon treat with some tea.

Allergy Information

Contains Milk / Dairy, Tree Nuts, Cereals containing Gluten, Eggs.