Photo by Jesus Sancho Moral
Savor chocolate made the old-fashioned way
Established in 1777, Jolonch chocolate claims to be the oldest operating chocolate producer in Europe, and one of the oldest in the world. Here, you can still watch workers make chocolate the old-fashioned way, "a la pedra" or stone-ground. For chocaholics that prefer their chocolate with a smoother, silkier texture Jolonch also produces artisan milk and dark chocolates. Before you go, sit down to a cup of the local-version of hot chocolate--stone-ground chocolate with cinnamon dissolved in hot milk to a runny pudding-like consistency, intended more as a dipping sauce for churros and pastries than as a beverage.
By Chris Ciolli, AFAR Local Expert
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Plaça del Pou, 8, 25310 Agramunt, Lleida, Spain
+34 973 39 21 05
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