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COMBINATION OF 53%, 65% AND 70% WITH COINTREAU

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Cointreau is a liquor made from orange peels, which creates an intense and natural
flavor with a sweet and bitter taste when mixed with 53% Chocolate Santander, 65% Chocolate Santander and 70% Chocolate Santander. It’s exquisite!.


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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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BROCHETTES WITH KIWI, MELON, STRAWBERRY, AND CHOCOLATE

53% Chocolate Santander adds the perfect touch to brochettes made with fruits like kiwi, melon, and strawberries. Incredible flavors to delight in!.

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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 AND STRAWBERRY FONDUE

The hints of hazelnuts and other nuts in 53% Chocolate Santander are perfect to have with fondue and the sweet taste of strawberries.

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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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