List of products by brand Barbero Torroneria e Cioccolateria
Ever since 1883, the Barbero family has produced the handmade crumbly nougat and fine chocolate that Turin is world famous for. Using the same recipe, artisan techniques and raw, local materials, Barbero Torroneria e Cioccolateria's products are so popular that their "crumbly Piemontese" recently received government certification.
Soft nougat with Bronte pistachios.
The "Gran Cru" bars of Torrone were born after meticulous research of the best raw materials and a long series of tests. We studied and drew inspiration from the different cultures and philosophies of artisan torrone production. This type is the most exotic, clearly inspired by the Sicilian torrone and thus using all raw materials from the region, in particular, Bronte pistachios. Pistachio trees were brought in by the arabs, and Bronte pistachios have been an essential ingredient in many Sicilian desserts ever since - the only place in the country where they\'re actually grown. Its namesake, the city of Bronte, is perched at the top of slope of volcanic rock which is about half a mile northeast of Etna. This nougat consists of 60% Bronte pistachios with Etna orange honey and a sprinkling of Sicilian orange skin peel, all flavoured with a little essential lemon oil and natural vanilla from Madagascar.
Soft nougat with Piedmontese hazelnuts.
The "Gran Cru" bars of Torrone were born after meticulous research of the best raw materials and a long series of tests. We studied and drew inspiration from the different cultures and philosophies of artisan torrone production. Traditionally, this type of torrone comes from a lot closer to home, and has a much more crumbly texture than its nougat counterparts. This is required for Piedmontese tradition, as are the Piedmont hazelnuts from the company\'s hometown area of area of Mombercelli d\'Asti have been mixed with acacia honey from Masio. In comparison to our traditional recipe, we have replaced Millefiori honey and removed glucose and as flavouring, we used natural vanilla from Madagascar.
Soft souther Italian almond Nougat.
The "Gran Cru" bars of Torrone were born after meticulous research of the best raw materials and a long series of tests. We studied and drew inspiration from the different cultures and philosophies of artisan torrone production. This type is inspired by the southern way of producing torrone, using different raw materials which all come from the Campania Region and Sicily. Combining the best of the Italian south, this nougat contains pizzute almonds from Noto (60%), Sorrento lemon honey produced by Miele d\'Angelo and Amalfi lemon skin peel to let the product retain some humidity, all flavoured with a little essential lemon oil and natural vanilla from Madagascar.
Typical from Piedemont, breadsticks coated in dark chocolate. A surprising match!
Not only you will get two super typical products of Piedmont in one single bite, but you cannot beat the quality. The breadsticks are crunchy and lightly salted, whereas the coating chocolate is uncompromisingly bitter and lovely. Just be aware that you will never get enough of them.
Hazelnuts covered with a sweet nutty and chocolate spread.
Hazelnuts covered with gianduja chocolate. Gianduja is a sweet chocolate spread containing about 30% hazelnut paste, quite similar to Nutella, which was originally called Pasta Gianduja.
Artisan egg-shaped fine chocolate with a surprise inside to give you an extra excuse to indulge in this perfect Easter treat for your loved ones or yourself!
Barbero enriched Easter with taste and elegance, producing top-quality eggs. In particular, this product is characterised by the use of fine chocolate, which melts in the mouth from the first tasting. The Barbero egg is wrapped in a stylish coloured package with polka dots.
Shortbread-style biscuits with Piedmontese hazelnuts and a chocolate filling. Known for their romantic connotations.
An Italian specialty from Turin, (also home to the world\'s best hazelnuts), the name Baci di Dama literally means "Lady\'s Kisses", due to the two biscuit parts being paired together to resemble lips about to kiss. A chocolate filling joins the two almost shortbread-like buttery biscuits, which are slightly crispy from the nuts for a unique, romantic treat. They\'re especially good eaten alongside an espresso.