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Caja de trufas x 4:  $12.000
Caja de trufas x 6:  $18.000
Caja de trufas x 9:  $27.000
Caja de trufas x12: $36.000


Barras de chocolate origen único en porcentajes:
60%, Putumayo
70% Arauca
80% Tumaco
90% Sierra Nevada
80gr. $ 15.000
20gr. $ 5.000

Botella de Vino 750 ml.: $48.000
Botella de Vino 185 ml.: $17.000

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PRIMER FESTIVAL LATINOAMERICANO GASTRONÓMICO DEL CACAO Y EL CAFÉ

Entre el 26 de mayo y el 02 de junio de 2019 se llevará a cabo la primera versión del Festival, que reúne la comunidad profesional de Chihuahua (México) en torno a dos productos de gran aceptación en el país centroamericano.

Con invitados internacionales de más de cinco países, convocados por la Federación Latinoamericana de Gatronomía y Turismo FEGAT – Capítulo México, se espera poder contar con una amplia programación de jornadas profesionales y conversatorios en torno al cacao, el chocolate, el café y todas las nuevas posibilidades que en innovación gastronómica ofrecen estos deliciosos productos.

Además se tendrá una muestra gastronómica y de productos locales, que permitirá el encuentro con sabores y saberes populares y tradicionales.

Desde Colombia, Cacao y más cacao en alianza con Luva Chocolates, adelantará un taller de acercamiento a la Chocolatería Artesanal, donde se mostrará el proceso Bean to Bar y la importancia de las materias primas en la producción de chocolates gourmet.

Three companies making the most of Colombian chocolate

Chocolate is Colombia’s product of the moment, a magical and much adored food that is changing lives across the country. Cacao is the raw ingredient in chocolate and Colombian farmers produce some of the world’s finest cacao on tiny farmsteads from Caquetá to Córdoba. Here are three Colombian businesses that have put Colombian chocolate at the heart of their success:

 

Tibitó chocolate

Tibitó chocolate bars are the best in Colombia, according to the Colombian Federation of Cacao producers who awarded the bars first place at the country’s first National Handcrafted Chocolate Contest. Tibitó sells its chocolate across Bogota and Medellín, as well as exporting to Canada and England, and the company’s success lies in its dedicated “bean to bar” approach, selecting the cacao and roasting, threshing, grinding, refining and processing it at its headquarters in Bogotá. Founding partner Gustavo Ernesto Pradilla praises the unique tastes and attributes of Colombian cacao, from the sweetness of the product grown in Meta to the fruitiness of the cacao produced in Arauca. Tibitó is committed to cacao’s social power too. Premium chocolate producers can offer Colombian cacao farmers a higher price for their product, which is one of the many reasons why premium chocolate is so popular among socially-conscious consumers.

Chuculat

Colombia’s cacao farmers know they have the potential to produce a world beating product and many are already achieving fame for their work, but it’s not always easy. The average size of a Colombian cacao farm is just 3.5 hectares and inefficient farming techniques can lead to a lower quality product, which means a lower income for the farmers whose livelihoods rely on this magic bean. Chuculat is dedicated to teaching Colombian cacao farmers the most innovative new farming and processing techniques so they can improve the quality of their product and charge higher prices on the international market. This popular company buys high quality cacao from Colombian farmers too, and sells its chocolate bars and chocolate drops in shops, restaurants and markets across the country at affordable prices for Colombians to enjoy.

Cacao y Más Cacao

Chocolate is an ancient product that has held the world in its thrall for millenial, from the Mayans who were drinking chocolate in 400BC to the Europeans who added sugar to the mix and quickly became addicted. There is no better spot to enjoy this historical product than colonial La Candelaria in Bogotá, home to Cacao and Más Cacao. This shop-cafe offers chocolate lovers a taste of its artisan treats and the space to relax over a steaming mug of hot chocolate. Owners Javier Rojas and Nidia Delgado believe chocolate is the “product of love” and are on a mission to propel Colombia’s emerging love affair with the bean and cultivate a culture of consuming good chocolate in the capital and beyond. Cacao y Más Cacao sources its cacao locally and produces its artisan chocolates and hot chocolate in a range of interesting flavors, with gift boxes on sale for customers who want to take their favorites home.

Tempted by the chocolate of a country that’s transforming? Live this experience in Colombia. If you liked this article please share it on Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ or any of your social networks.

Fuente: http://www.colombia.co
En la Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina

Entregando una parte de nuestro saber, cultura, tradición, patrimonio….parte de Cacao y más Cacao a nuestros hermanos Argentinos de la Universidad Siglo 21#cacaoymascacao#masqueunplacerunalimento con el esfuerzo de un grandioso equipo Enith Feria, Maricela Largo Arias, Javier M Rojas F… El mejor catador de cacao en taza, #treetocup y la bendición de contar con alianzas, colegas, compañeras chocolatosos… Viviana Nariño en Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina…..gracias!!!

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