Di Amato - Chocolatería, Colombia

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Bogotá: Colombian Chocolate Workshop with Tastings

1. Bogotá: Colombian Chocolate Workshop with Tastings

Explore Colombia's rich cocoa tradition in a chocolate-making workshop. Learn about different types of local cocoa, sample chocolates from 5 different regions, and make your very own chocolate truffles to take home as the perfect souvenir from Bogotá. Discover Colombia's chocolate production process from your guide, as well as the different tropical fruits that Colombian cocoa is paired with. Sample different cocoas, before choosing your favorite flavor to make your own handmade chocolate truffles. Pop your chocolates in a small gift box to take home — to enjoy for yourself or as a gift. Finally, indulge in a pastry and hot chocolate treat to wrap up your tour. Enjoy a choice between a traditional almojábana, carimañola, pandebono, puff pastry, empanadas, mantecada, or an arepa. Best of all, know that you are helping support local Colombian businesses by embarking on this chocolate tour.

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What people are saying about Di Amato - Chocolatería, Colombia

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

If you have the opportunity to book this experience…DO IT!!! I can’t even put into words what a magical experience it was!! We learned about chocolate making, local fruit and were even able to make our own Bon Bons!!! Andrea, our guide, was awesome! She was upbeat and fun!! Juan, the chef and owner of Di Amato ( the location of the tasting) was knowledgeable and extremely friendly. He even went the extra mile to make my husband food AFTER his restaurant was closed!! The entire experience was like spending an evening with really cool friends eating unbelievably tasty food and chocolate items!! I highly recommend!!!

The guide was very nice, open and well versed in English. We walked to a chocolate shop where the owner was already waiting for us. First there was a short lecture about the family and their chocolate and then the production was explained. 5 different chocolates, various local fruits and the raw cocoa bean were tasted. You could make 3 pralines from the chocolate and fruit. We finished off with a hot chocolate and two Colombian pastries. I really liked it, also because I was alone with the guide :)

Andrea & Juan were fantastic. it was a truly wonderful experience. I recommend this to all!

A great tour to understand the eco way of coffee growing