A creamy liqueur, pleasantly sweet and with a moderate alcohol content, characterized by an intense aroma of Gianduia chocolate. This was created in Piedmont, in 1806, when the high cost of cocoa inspired local pastry chefs to replace part of it with toasted grounded nuts. This gave origin to an elegant and intense chocolate, with a typical bouquet of cocoa and nuts. These hints are also present in Gianduia Bottega, a cream with a velvety sweetness which satisfies even the most demanding palates. With a final touch of grappa, Gianduia Bottega gains a particular aromaticity, making it unique and unmistakable.