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CHOCOLATE, A GLOBAL TRADITION

In my experience as a chef/sommelier and world traveler, I have had the amazing opportunity to learn about chocolate and its uses in other countries. The more countries I visited, the more I understood the love we all feel for chocolate. Australia, for example, where I lived and worked in the kitchen for several years,… Leer más »

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CHOCOLATE SANTANDER IS KOSHER CHOCOLATE

Chocolate Santander is Kosher, meaning it’s approved by Jewish laws. When we use the term Kosher, we are referring to Chocolate Santander being produced to comply with the Jewish religion’s dietary rules, so that practicing Jews can consume it. The main principles of Jewish dietary laws state that meat and dairy products may not be… Leer más »

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queso-roquerfort

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ROQUEFORT CHEESE

To optimize the experience of Roquefort cheese, add small amounts of it over chunks of 65% Chocolate Santander, so you can better appreciate its intense flavor and smell. It’s a combination you have to try!.

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queso-provolone

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PROVOLONE CHEESE

The taste of Provolone cheese can vary depending on its maturity; combining it with 65% Chocolate Santander brings out all its aromatic and smokey characteristics, making this an exceptional pairing.

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queso-camembert

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Queso Camembert

El Chocolate Santander 53% unido con la cremosidad y el maduro sabor del queso Camembert, son una fusión de sabor que crea la más sútil sensación para el paladar. ¡Una combinación para no perderse!.

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CARMENERE SYRAH ROSE BLEND

53% Chocolate Santander Wild Blackberry and its eccentric flavor highlight the light taste and aroma of berries and the hints of citrus in Carmenere Syrah Rosé Blend. It’s a sensational experience!.

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CHOCOLATE AND RED BERRY MUFFIN

The delicious texture you feel on your palate when you have a chocolate muffin made from 53% Chocolate Santander Wild Blackberry and red berries creates an unmatched sensation, filled with sweetness and flavor.

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Chocolate-santander-queso-pecorio

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PECORINO CHEESE

The contrast between the hard Pecorino cheese and the softness of 36% Chocolate Santander create a pairing that is full of emotions for your palate.

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GREEN APPLE

36% Chocolate Santander and green apple offer an attractive pairing to your palate. The citrus flavor of green apple and the subtle bitterness of chocolate make a surprising combination.

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Chocolate-santander-fresas-con-chocolate-derretido

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STRAWBERRY AND MELTED CHOCOLATE

Strawberries and chocolate make one of the best pairings; the sweet and acidic taste of strawberries blends beautifully with the intense taste of semidark in 53% Chocolate Santander, creating a unique experience.

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Chocolate-santander-banano

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BANANA

53% Chocolate Santander, with chunks of this sweet and exotic fruit, is a delicious treat you shouldn’t miss!.

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