When talking about Bariloche as a preferred destination in Argentina, there is no doubt about the relevance of artisanal chocolates. Thus, this city is known as the National Capital of Chocolate, with products that excel in art and elaboration. A varied proposal of flavors, which one is richer.
Mamuschka, a chocolate with personality
This chocolate shop has a particular aesthetic that is reflected in the Russian dolls of intense reds that dress its stained glass window and packaging. They are products made with quality raw material, with a work of constant certifications. Laminated chocolate with dulce de leche is the star of Mamuschka, the origin of this whole chocolate world.
Rapanui, the perfect gift
The history of Rapanui goes back to the Fenoglio family, who came from Italy in 1948. The artisan legacy passed from generation to generation and, today, the brand is known not only in Bariloche, but also has numerous branches with its own identity in Buenos Aires, achieved from the conservation and renovation of stylish houses. It is the perfect solution for gourmet gifts.
Del Turista, a classic walk
Visiting the Del Turista store is a must. It is a classic Bariloche that adds cafeteria and ice cream shop. It is ideal to have a coffee with cake and take some temptation chocolates to share with loved ones. It is also a product of a family of chocolatiers with Swiss-Italian traditions with a long history.
Benroth, spicy chocolates
The flavors of Benroth are unique, a privilege for the lucky palate. It is a chocolate shop outside the tourist circuit, which is reached by word of mouth. The uniqueness is that their recipes not only express the chocolate tradition, but are directed towards innovative flavors for certain times of the day. The absolute star is the icing macerated and dipped in chocolate.
Tante Frida, chocolates and cakes
From a traditional family based in Colonia Suiza, Aunt Frida was the promoter of the chocolatosa recipes in the Goye family. As a tribute, his nephew Luis Brogger founded the chocolate shop that bears his name. It is common for locals and visitors to seek to enjoy an exquisite cake in the cafeteria on Mitre Street.
Chocolaterie, the Belgian mastery
The product has behind it the Belgian mastery of chocolates, as a tribute to the grandparents from the Walloon region, and adds the regional components that make it unique. Filled with rosehip, elderberry, lavender and raspberry are the Patagonian success in this proposal of chocolates without preservatives, presented with a refined aesthetic. It is located on the outskirts, at Av. Bustillo 15500.
Estrella Alpina, chocolates and chocolates
It is an artisanal chocolate factory located on Av. Los Pioneros 4600, in the Melipal neighborhood. It has its origin in 1977, as one of the ventures of Luis Brogger, a reference of chocolates in Bariloche. The current owner is Rosa Beatriz Monges, a master chocolatier who accompanied the growth of the company since the 90s. The favorites are tiramisu, figs with nuts and glazed naranjitas.