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Bonnat, the Rolls Royce of chocolate

Bonnat chocolate | Everjean / CC-BY

What’s this?

Established in Voiron (Isère) since 1884, Bonnat chocolate factory uses great cocoa in his recipes.

Originally, it was Félix Bonnat who used to grind and roast beans imported from Venezuela.

Bonnat has several chocolates:

  • bars "Greats historical cocoas", with chocolates "Ivory coast", "Madagascar", "Ceylan", "Trinity", "Chuao", "Puerto Cabello", "Hacienda El Rosario";
  • bars "Exceptional great cocoas" with "Porcelana", "Apotequil", Marfil", "Jamaica", "Real Del Xoxonuzco", "Vale do Juliana", "Madagascar 100% Criollo"...
  • and of course milk, white, organic chocolates...

The little history

On the packaging, you’ll recognize the Neo-Gothic cathedral of Voiron, with the two high bell-towers, raised by Viollet-le-Duc in the 19th century!

About the the author

I'm fond of strolls and History, with juicy and spicy details!