Darïku put grapes soaked in rum in white chocolate


This edition adds to the colorful collection of white chocolate tablets from this chocolatier house made with Choroní cocoa butter.

The Venezuelan bean to bar chocolate brand Darïku launches a new flavor of white chocolate tablet for this Christmas.

And it is that to its delicious white chocolate tablet made with cocoa butter Choroni he put grapes macerated in Carúpano rum.

Thus, this original edition of the chocolatier house based in Choroní, Aragua state, joins the colorful collection of white chocolate tablets made with Choroní cocoa butter.

La pink, which is with Jamaican rose and lemon; the green, with herbs and spices; and the yellow one, with turmeric and spices.

Darïku Chocolatier

Darïku, with six years in the national market, grows its raw material on the El Charal farm, located 10 kilometers from the town of Choroní, in the state of Aragua.

Ingredients such as coffee, herbs and citrus fruits that he uses for his tablets, chocolates and creams, grow in this place.

Likewise, this brand began planting Criollo Choroní cocoa trees about four years ago to, in the future, make its products with the seeds of its own pods.

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