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BOGOTA | Chuculat have been making premium quality Colombian chocolate since 2008, and are one of the driving forces behind trying to promote the virtues of Colombian cacao. Not only do Chuculat produce and sell chocolate that highlights the quality and diversity of Colombia’s cacao growing regions, but they also work directly with farmers to improve their crops and post-harvest techniques. This leads to higher quality chocolate that the farmers can then sell on the international market at a higher price, helping improve their lives.

Chuculat’s Quinta Camacho store opened in 2018, just a week before we visited in fact, and gives visitors the chance to get to learn more about what Chuculat do, as well as try some of the fantastic chocolate and chocolate products that they produce. You can sample chocolate of varying cacao percentages from beans sourced from different regions before buying a block or more of your favourite. Our favourite is the 65% Casanare, which uses cacao beans cultivated in agroforestry arrangements by small farmers at the foot of the Eastern Andes Mountain Range.

We also highly recommend grabbing a seat and ordering a cup of Chuculat’s intense hot chocolate – drink it the way it’s intended without sugar, while learning a whole lot of things about the chocolate making process, and the Colombian cacao industry.

Chuculat

Carrera 10A #69-23
Bogotá
Colombia

Telephone: +57 320 4909325
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sat: 9:00am to 3:00pm

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