This chocolate house created "La Caraqueña" and "El Caraqueño" to enjoy on the anniversary month of their store in Los Palos Grandes and on Caracas' 456th birthday.
The chocolate house from Caracas of Belgian origin, La Praline, prepared for another anniversary of the start of its operations in its store in Los Palos Grandes, and the next birthday of the city of Caracas, two fine bars of chocolate: La Caraqueña and El Caraqueño.
"Our elegant bars La Caraqueña and El Caraqueño are a small tribute to this great city," this artisan chocolatier posted on its Instagram account, explaining that La Caraqueña is an almond and hazelnut sauvage praline covered in milk chocolate.
As for El Caraqueño, it is a sauvage praline of almonds and hazelnuts covered in dark chocolate.
La Praline Chocolatier is a Caracas chocolate shop where they work with the best cocoa in the world, the Venezuelan, with one of the most advanced techniques in the production of chocolate, the Belgian.
In 1988, it opened its first store in Los Palos Grandes and, years later, opened other stores in Los Naranjos (Caracas), Simón Bolívar International Airport (La Guaira), Valencia (Carabobo) and Panama.
This chocolatier makes dozens of chocolates and chocolate figures for different occasions, from gifts for Valentine's Day Valentine's Day!, Easter, Day of Mothers, Christmas, even to give at birthdays, baptisms, weddings or corporate details.