Pack 4 Gaudi Chocolates


Enjoy the pack of 4 chocolates that brings together the four most emblematic works of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí.

Sagrada Familia: dark chocolate 72% cocoa with orange pieces.

Casa Batlló: creamy white chocolate with a scent of roses.

Park Güell: milk chocolate with crunchy artisan carquiñoles.

La Pedrera: dark chocolate 72% cocoa with cava.

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Pack 4 Gaudi Chocolates


Enjoy the pack of 4 chocolates that brings together the four most emblematic works of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí.

Sagrada Familia: dark chocolate 72% cocoa with orange pieces.

Casa Batlló: creamy white chocolate with a scent of roses.

Park Güell: milk chocolate with crunchy artisan carquiñoles.

La Pedrera: dark chocolate 72% cocoa with cava.

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  • 1 x
    $ 6.54 48In Stock
    Creamy  chocolate with roses. 85 gr THE LEGEND OF SANT JORGEThe façade is a tribute to Catalan legend of “ St George and the dragon”. If you look closely, the dragon rests on the deck; the victim’s skulls shape the balconies; the knight’s sword crowns the building; and the upper balcony belongs to the princess, the only rose-shaped one.
  • 1 x
    $ 6.54 42In Stock
    Creamy milk chocolate with pieces of crunchy carquiñoles. 80 gr El Drac ( the dragon ) in Park Güell, designed by Antoni Gaudí, is one of the best-known icons of Barcelona around the world, such as the carquinyolis are, the traditional almond biscuits in Catalonia.  
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    $ 6.54 46In Stock
    Pure dark chocolate 71% cocoa with delicate pieces of orange. 80 gr The Sagrada Familia is the most emblematic work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, is a unique creation filled with religious symbolism.
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    $ 6.54 47In Stock
    Intense black chocolate 71% cocoa with champagne. 80 gr Casa Milà, known as ‘La Pedrera’, was built by Antoni Gaudí between 1904 and 1906 and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. As an anecdote, the morning after the inauguration day, Gaudí used the empty cava bottles from the party to coat a set of chimneys on the rooftop.

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