The Fragolates ice cream parlor, with three stores in the city, began 2023 with a creamy chocolate made with 74% Choroní cocoa.
The Fragolates artisanal ice cream parlor began this year with a new flavor: a creamy chocolate made with 74% Choroní cocoa.
“The delicacy of a great chocolate. From Choroní with love”, the artisan ice cream parlor published on its Instagram account along with a video in which this freshly prepared ice cream can be seen falling into one of its containers.
Fragolates is an ice cream parlor from Caracas that has three stores in the city, one in the Metro Center shopping center, in Capitolio; another in the San Luis shopping center, in El Cafetal; and the other in the Valle Arriba Market Center, in Valle Arriba.
Its most famous flavors are the Amazonian cupoazu, manaca, tupiro, arazá and moriche, but the diversity of chocolate ice cream is original and unique.
Here you will find from the common chocolate ice cream to that of Miramar, Rikomalt, Cri Cri, Oreo and those made with the best cocoas in the country.
In 2021, Fragolate teamed up with Chocolates El Rey and launched two flavors of chocolate ice cream made from dark chocolate bars from the Criollo Centenario 64% Oscuro and Criollo Centenario 70% Oscuro blends.
A year later, in July 2022, it launched two new flavors together with Chocolates El Rey, the dark chocolate Apamate 73,5% cocoa and the dark chocolate San Joaquín 70% cocoa.
More and more chefs and artisan ice cream parlors are experimenting with the best cocoa in our country for their frozen preparations.
The Venezuelan chef Armando Canelon prepared for a tasting four chocolate ice creams with the same number of cocoa varieties of Venezuelan origin.
In his Instagram story, he posted an image showing four different flavors of chocolate ice cream identified with the name of the cocoa with which they were made: Chuao cocoa, Choroní cocoa, Montalbán cocoa, and Caribe cocoa.
Fragolate won the Armando Scannone gastronomic award in 2019 for its exquisite desserts and ice creams.