In Italian bicchiere means “glass,” and in the Piedmontese dialect, bicerin means “little glass.” This traditional recipe is perfect whether shared at home with your family, or enjoyed in a fancy café with good friends during a cold autumn or winter coffee break!
The original bicerin recipe was created in Turin in 1763, and it is an absolute must-try when you travel there. The drink is known to have been enjoyed by Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway supposedly believed the bicerin was one of the top 100 things in the world worth protecting! Was he right? Taste and decide!