CAFFAREL Gianduia 1865 gianduja chocolate hazelnut pralines 200g

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  • Caffarel chocolates
  • Gianduja hazelnut milk chocolates - ingredients: Sugar, Piedmont hazelnuts (28%), cocoa mass, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, almonds, vanilla powder
  • Allergens: Hazelnuts, almonds, milk. May contain soya
  • Gluten-free
  • 200g
  • Store in a cool dry place
  • Made in Italy
Product Code: 6534424
Ref: 409-73059994-71639

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  • Express

    ¥25

International

  • Europe Express

    ¥2,070

UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery

    ¥690

  • Nominated day

    ¥1,105

  • Timed delivery

    ¥1,505

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The chocolate landscape of Italy may look very different today if it wasn’t for Caffarel, the creator of the original gianduiotto back in 1865. These luxurious pralines are wrapped in a creamy layer of hazelnut-flavoured chocolate, and are still produced using traditional extrusion methods.

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