The gianduiotto, a chocolate with the unmistakable shape of an overturned boat, is the symbol of Turin’s confectionery art. It consists of a particular chocolate called “gianduia”, obtained in the distant 19th century by replacing cocoa with a mixture of ground and finely roasted “Tonda Gentile delle Langhe” hazelnuts. Apparently hard but with a soft heart, the “gianduiotto” is today one of the most loved chocolates, and also widely used in the kitchen for the creation of delicious desserts. The classic line is also accompanied by one made with dark chocolate for the most daring palates.