Chocolate Amatller was founded in Barcelona in 1797 and it’s considered one of the oldest chocolate makers in Europe.
Their single origin chocolate bars and confectionery are packaged in Art-Nouveau style reproductions of beautifully illustrated wrappers and tins originally designed by artists like Alphonse Mucha for Chocolate Amatller in the 19th century.
Famous architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch designed Casa Amatller, the residence of the Amatller family, great patrons of the arts.
This Modernisme style building constructed in 1898 holds the Amatller Institute of Hispanic Art which offers guided visits.
Casa Amatller is beside Gaudi’s Casa Batlló, located in the famous avenue Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona.
On its ground floor, a cafeteria serves hot chocolate.
Memorabilia related to Casa Amatller and chocolate products are also displayed.
Amatllons (Marcona almonds toasted and caramelized, covered with chocolate and dusted pure cacao), raspberry and orange flower shaped chocolate bonbons, dark chocolate leaves…and some other Chocolate Amatller creations can be tasted in Barcelona if you happen to be there.
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