Our paths have crossed, Carlos’s and mine, many times in the last fourteen years.
We first met, virtually, when Carlos joined TheChocolateLife.com in November, 2008 as member #462. He was an active member of the community, uploading many photos of his work and contributing comments to user questions.
I first met him in person at Chocoa, I don’t recall the year. He was there because he was participating in an international business development program produced by the Dutch NGO CBI, and he had a stand on the festival.
While I have been to Belize and Nicaragua about a half-dozen times each, and connected through El Salvador on two separate occasions, I have never visited Guatemala. I am a fan of the rum and the coffee produced there. And the cocoa. And Carlos’ chocolate.
Join me today in an extended virtual visit with Carlos as we chart the journey of Danta Chocolate and explore what it takes – and what it means – to be a chocolate maker and confectioner in Guatemala.
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