Fragolates brought out two ice creams made with Cakawa chocolate

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These two flavors, one made with cocoa from Barinas and the other with cocoa from Barlovento, will be available for a limited time.

The Fragolates artisanal ice cream shop in Caracas and the Cakawa chocolate house joined forces to create two delicious chocolate ice creams with two of the best cocoas in the country: Bandola, made with 67% cocoa from Barinas, and Tambor, with 65% cocoa from Barlovento.

These two new flavors, which will be available in fragolates for a limited time, they were created on the occasion of the 456th anniversary of the founding of the city of Caracas.

Fragolates and Cakawa

With the chocolate bars Between Bandola and Drum, Cakawa associates for the first time with the Fragolates ice cream parlor to bring their creations made with the best Venezuelan cocoa to delicious frozen balls.

And it is that Fragolates is an artisan ice cream parlor with three stores in Caracas that makes creamy balls of ice cream with chocolate made with cocoa from different areas of the country.

At the beginning of 2023, this ice cream parlor launched a creamy chocolate ice cream made with cocoa Choroni 74%.

In 2021 he allied with Chocolates The King and launched two flavors of chocolate ice cream from the dark chocolate bars of the Criollo Centenario 64% Dark and Criollo Centenario 70% Dark blends.

And in July 2022, together with Chocolates El Rey again, it produced two new chocolate ice creams with the dark Apamate 73,5% cocoa tablet and the dark San Joaquín 70% cocoa.

In 2018, for another anniversary of Caracas, Fragolates joined the chocolatier divine inheritance and they created three ice creams that are included in their line of Grandes Cacaos.

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