When people refer to "traditional" torrone, they typically mean torrone that is hard and crunchy - torrone friabile. We offer imported Italian hard nougat in a variety of flavors including almond, hazelnut, Pan di Spagna, and more from top producers in Italy. Oliviero, Antica Torroneria Piemontese, Strega, Quaranta, Flamigni and more!
Hard torrone is not as hard to cut as you would think. Here are some tips for cutting a block of hard torrone. Torrone Cutting Tips
If you prefer your torrone to be soft and chewy, click here to see our torrone tenero options.