About The Product
For those who love chocolate cookies, here is a triple threat. This Chocolate biscotti with chunks of chocolate is dipped in creamy white chocolate. Premium walnuts add an extra crunch.
Get ready for a buttery sweet biscotti like none you've ever tasted. Dilettante's Triple Chocolate Biscotti is made with generous amounts of rich butter for a thicker, cake-like texture. Chunks of premium dark chocolate and crunchy walnuts are mixed into rich milk chocolate batter and baked to a crisp. To top it off, each buttery, chocolate biscotti is dipped in creamy white chocolate for a sweet finishing touch. Dilettante's gourmet Triple Chocolate Biscotti is all natural - we don't use artificial additives or preservatives of any kind. All of the gourmet biscotti are made with pure, natural ingredients to create rich-tasting, excellent products. Pure butter and the finest quality white chocolate are used along with fresh walnuts. The rich chocolate flavor of these Italian cookies perfectly complements your morning cup of coffee or favorite brewed tea. Because they are so rich and sweet, you can also serve them as dessert at a dinner party. They also make yummy cookie treats that the kids will enjoy in lunches and at snack time. Your order will include SIX bags of Dilettante's Triple Chocolate Biscotti Bites dipped in White Chocolate, 4 ounces per bag. The small-sized bags are perfect for including in gift baskets, giving as gourmet gifts, or just to keep at home for tasty snacking. We will ship the biscotti direct to you from our warehouse.
Dilettante Chocolates, Inc.
Dana Davenport founded Dilettante Chocolates in 1976. The story of the company, however, goes back over a century. Dana’s grand-uncle, Julius Franzen (his grandmother’s brother), was apprenticed to a confectioner in Budapest as a very young boy. His studies lead him to Vienna, and Paris. Among the many accomplishments of his European career, he considered his greatest achievement was his service to the Imperial Court of Emperor Franz Josef I, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary. Uncle Julius immigrated to America in 1910, and established several successful confectionary companies, beginning......to read more, visit the Dilettante Chocolates, Inc. vendor profile