The Baci di Cherasco are confectionery products that distinguish the town of the same name.

Irregularly shaped, these chocolates incorporate typical ingredients of the Piedmontese tradition, such as chocolate and hazelnuts Tonda e Gentile di Langa.

The origin of these chocolates dates back to 1881 when a young confectioner from Cherasco, returning from an apprenticeship in Turin, founded a confectioner's shop. The new confectioner's shop produced for the first time the Baci di Cherasco, which over time became the symbol of the Piedmontese town.