Chocolatiers meet again at ExpoVenezuela Gourmet

ExpoVenezuela Gourmet

There will be another three days of enjoying our chocolate in one of the largest gastronomic events in the country that begins this Friday in Caracas.

This Friday, July 29, the fourth edition of one of the largest gastronomic events in Venezuela began, the ExpoVenezuela Gourmet, in which cocoa and chocolate will have an outstanding participation.

More than 20 brands of chocolate made in Venezuela with Venezuelan cocoa will exhibit their best products from today, and until Sunday, July 31, in the spaces of the Hotel Tamanaco, in Caracas.

The Sixocolate chocolate houses, Delirium Chocolate, Chok Chok Chocolate, Ludic Chocolates, Campanielli Cocoa, Divine Heritage, +58 Cocoa, Original Cocoa, Choco Rosas P, Ancestral Cocoa.

As well as Choco Regalalo, K-Cao, Le Toucan Doux, Sublime9, Los 3 Mofketero's, Cris Cakes Dulces, Mita Chocolate and the Cocoa Business Group, will be gathered in the Chocolate Hall of this Expo.

Sublime Chocolates won fourth place in the dark origin chocolate category at the National Chocolate Contest held during Expo Cacao y Ron Miranda 2022.

Likewise, in this gastronomic event, in which the chocolate brands Franceschi, Chocatellave, 20/20, Chocotentación9 and ArteKao were also present, the chocolate chefs Emma Torrealba and Marlene Briceño, founder of the chocolate brand kiss me black, will present the free conference Cocoa vinegar, an innovative ingredient.

ExpoVenezuela Gourmet

In this fourth edition of the ExpoVenezuela Gourmet, more than 150 food brands made in Venezuela will exhibit their best products in the Naiguatá room of the Hotel Tamanaco.

Among the activities that can be enjoyed are three days of live cooking with 20 chefs, the presentation of more than 50 brands of hot cuisine, as well as three days of barbecue workshops organized by the brand of meat cuts Porkys Ranch; tastings and tastings, free conferences, private masterclasses with confectionery and pastry workshops.

The Expo will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and admission is completely free.

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