The Sander, Le Toucan Doux, Azú and La Praline chocolate houses invite families to join this tradition in which Christmas is expected from December 1 with one chocolate per day.
Three Caracas chocolatiers made the same number of Advent calendars for this December season to await the arrival of Christmas as a family with a delicious chocolate every day.
The chocolate houses Sander, Le Toucan Doux, Azú and La Praline already display their original calendars with their best chocolates on their Instagram accounts, which are part of a tradition that was born in Germany at the end of the XNUMXth century, and that at the beginning of the XNUMXth. chocolate was part of it.
An Advent Calendar is a calendar made in the form of a countdown to know how much is left until Christmas. It begins on December 1 and ends on December 24.
In Europe, chocolatiers began to make these calendars with chocolates, so that every day, between December 1 and 24, there is a chocolate or chocolate to taste until Christmas day arrives.
In Caracas, the Dutch-born chocolate house Sander Chocolatier released its traditional Advent calendars, with which it invites its loyal clientele to enjoy 25 chocolate surprises as Christmas morning arrives.
Chocolates Le Toucan Doux
The Venezuelan chocolate brand Le Toucan Doux, from the chocolatier Tania Guirigay, also released for this Christmas the traditional Advent calendar to enjoy with the family, which can be found in Caracas.
«Enjoy an extraordinary experience with your family. We love to fill your home with love, enthusiasm and lots of joy. Because our mission is to make them happy. Allow us to accompany your little ones this Christmas and as a family enjoy a Holiday that is different from the others," the chocolate brand published on its Instagram account.
The Azú pastry shop, dedicated to making chocolates from the seed, also joined this beautiful tradition with an original calendar in the shape of a house, in which a delicious chocolate will be found every day.
"From December 1 to 25, a chocolate surprise to wait for Christmas," Azú wrote along with a video of his Advent calendar on his Instagram account.
The Praline Chocolatier
La Praline also made its own Advent calendar to live this tradition of waiting for Christmas day with a delicious chocolate a day.
"An Advent calendar is one of the most special things there is, because it implies anticipation, enthusiasm, counting down the days until Christmas Eve and giving value to each moment, slowly and in moderation," the chocolate house published on its Instagram account. .