Best Chocolate in Panama

Howdy! Do you love chocolate? Do you love to travel? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then you’re in for a real treat!

Today we’re talking about the best places to go in Panama for chocolate lovers. Whether you’re looking for a delicious chocolate dessert, some handmade chocolate to take home with you, or even a tour of a chocolate factory, Panama has it all. And trust us, this is a country that knows its chocolate.

So without further ado, here are the best places to go in Panama for chocolate lovers:

1. La Casa del Chocolate

This is a must-visit for any chocolate lover visiting Panama. La Casa del Chocolate is a chocolate shop and cafe that offers a wide variety of chocolate treats, from truffles and bonbons to chocolate bars and hot chocolate. They also offer a variety of chocolate-themed tours and workshops, so you can learn all about the history and making of chocolate.

2. El Rey Chocolate Factory

If you want to see how chocolate is made, then a visit to El Rey Chocolate Factory is a must. Here you can take a tour of the factory and see how they make their delicious chocolate. You’ll also get to try some of their chocolate, of course!

3. Xocolatl

This is another great chocolate shop in Panama, offering a wide range of chocolate products, from chocolate bars and truffles to hot chocolate and chocolate-dipped fruit. They also offer chocolate-making workshops, so you can learn how to make your own chocolate creations.

4. Chocolate & Coffee Tour

For a truly unique experience, you can’t go past the Chocolate & Coffee Tour offered by Panama Food Tours. This tour takes you to some of the best chocolate and coffee shops in Panama City, and you’ll get to try some delicious chocolate and coffee creations along the way.

So there you have it, the best places to go in Panama for chocolate lovers. We hope you enjoy your chocolate-filled adventure!

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