Café Santa Lucia offers a selection of chocolates from Bodrato on Level 0 inside The Point in Sliema, while a range is available at Café Santa Lucia Wine Gourmet and Gifts in Attard.
“We are thrilled to bring Bodrato Cioccolato to The Point this Christmas,” Santa Lucia general manager Joseph Buttigieg said.
“The Bodrato brand represents the ambition, passion and innovation that its expert chocolatiers put into their creations – values that we also live at Café Santa Lucia. The Bodrato line of products offers a unique chocolate experience, making them the perfect personal or corporate party gift.
Born in Luciano Bodrato’s laboratory in Genoa in 1943, Bodrato Cioccolato has refined and developed the art of chocolate making over the decades.
Today, from the “chocolate capital” of Novi Ligure, the brand draws on the ancient traditions of Piedmont to carefully prepare the best interpretations of classics such as hazelnut bars, boeri (dark chocolates with praline hearts with cherry liqueur) or gianduiotti. Like Café Santa Lucia, Bodrato is also known for its contemporary confectionery innovations such as matcha tea pralines and Maldon salt creminis.
With quality, biodiversity and freshness at its core, Bodrato only uses the best raw materials and ingredients available on the market.
Companies around the world choose Bodrato gifts to stand out, choosing from a wide range of products including both the most traditional and the most prestigious, with limited edition gift sets.
More information is available at www.bodratocioccolato.it, by e-mail at email@example.com or on the Facebook page of Café Santa Lucia.
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