It has a hazelnut-like color and a sweet flavour. It is mainly made in Italian mountain regions, which is between 450 to 900 meters above sea level, where the sweet chestnut can be found. In the past, it was a important source for the regions as it is high in energy.
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- "Farina di castagne" (in Italian).
- Saltini, Antonio (1997). , La valle di Ospitale: un'isola di economia naturale a metà del Novecento (in Italian). Gruppo di studi Alta valle del Reno.
- "I Muvrini and Corsica, the Chestnut Tree". www.terracorsa.info. Retrieved 2021-09-14.