The Chocolate Life

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Guido Castagna's "Atelier del Cioccolato" was started in Giaveno in 2002. This young skilled italian crafftsman from Turin, with refined taste and creativty, has brought innovation to the tradional chocolate from Piedmont. ...uses the best cocoas from all over the world...


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Comment by Iván Andrade on April 28, 2011 at 9:54am

Hi all, in Ecuador we produce cocoa beans and cocoa liquor for couverture and high quality chocolates, if you wish, we can help you with the product you need, send me to the specifications, quantities and all the details to send you an offer, which I will be happy to help.



Comment by Vercruysse Geert on April 28, 2011 at 3:32am

Hello Cheebs,

I have some of your Danta Chocolate bars here (thanks to Vera), looking forward to sell them in my shop.

I would like to be the first to share this Guatemala's wonderfull product in Belgium, you know about my passion ;-)


PS I do have contacts with Erik from El Sauco...

Comment by Vercruysse Geert on April 28, 2011 at 3:07am

Hello Vera,

While the Guido Castagna website has yet to list any UK stockists I believe Baruzzo chocolates has some available, as Rafaella seems to be setting herself up as something of an ambassador for Italian chocolate. Well worth tracking down.


Comment by Vera Hofman on April 28, 2011 at 2:03am
Hi Geert, I would love to taste this chocolate. Do you sell it? Or do you know where I can order it? Thanks! Chocolove, Vera
Comment by cheebs on April 27, 2011 at 2:18pm
I loved visiting Guido in his atelier in October 2010.  His gianduja is extraordinary!  His operation and mine are remarkably similar in size and scope.

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