Sant’Eustachio Espresso-Filled Chocolate Bon Bons Touted as serving the best cappuccino in Rome, Caffè Sant’Eustachio uses water from an ancient aqueduct and its gently wood roasted beans to make the perfect cup. In this delightful candy, they have enclosed a shot of their famous espresso and enveloped it in a dark chocolate shell. Unlike chocolate-covered espresso beans or other similar candies, this perfect bite has a rich coffee-flavor— without the bitterness. It’s hard to have just one! Chocolate Gianduja Cube with Sea Salt & Olive Oil From the quintessential artisan chocolate factory of Guido Gobino in Torino, this is love at first bite. It is a creamy and silky treat that is a delicious blend of sweet and salty. A modern version of the three layered Cremino harking back to the 19th century in old Torino, this “cremino al sale” is a refined praline of Gianduja Chocolate enriched with Sea Salt and Taggiasca extra virgin olive oil.