Krumiri Galup

The Krumiri Biscuits

Here is the famous Monferrato biscuit, Galup-style. Apparently this typical Piedmont sweet owes its curved shape to the royal mustache of Victor Emanuel II. Their name on the other hand comes from the liqueur of the same name that they were often dunked in. Today Galup selects the best flour, butter and eggs to pay homage to these treasures of tradition.