Gianduiotto was born from the imagination and inspired concreteness of the Turin masters of chocolate, forced to deal with the restrictions of the Napoleonic block and with the scarce availability of cocoa in Europe. They simply tried to use in the dough a product of which the territory was rich: the Round and Gentle Hazelnut of the Langhe. In the carnival of 1865 the new chocolate was ready and was distributed on the streets of the city by Gianduja, the Turin mask that gave it its name. Today, Gianduiotto is a recognized and protected typicality of Turin and is a celebrity all over the world. Galup offers it in its original recipe, in the dark chocolate variant and in a mini format.