A product image of the front of a bonilla a la vista chocolate bar. A graphic of churros dipped in chocolate in the center.
Bonilla a la Vista Chocolate Bar
Bonilla a la Vista Chocolate Bar

Bonilla a la Vista Chocolate Bar

Regular price$16.50

So you're a fan of delicious and savory Bonilla a la Vista potato chips? Well, we've got something exciting for you. This exclusive and massive milk chocolate bar from the popular Galician brand is a one of a kind chocolatey treat popular throughout the region.

Perfect to be melted down in a sauce pan to cover freshly fried churros in (cakes, too!) or split in pieces to be shared with friends, this exclusive offering from the world famous brand is truly special. 

With directions on the back of the bar, you'll see just how to prepare this chocolate to be melted and enjoyed. The perfect gift for any chocolate loving friend or family member, this essential Spanish sweet is beautifully branded and ready to be enjoyed. 

Best enjoyed with a tin of potato chips...because who doesn't love that mixture of savory and sweet. 


  • Size: 500g
  • Region: Galicia
  • Perishable

This chocolate is the perfect option to melt and enjoy alongside some fresh churros. However, you can also eat cubes of it with milk and other sweets. Make sure to have some Bonilla potato chips alongside as well!

Store your chocolate in a cool and dry place to ensure freshness upon opening. Keep them out of direct sunlight. Once you open your chocolate it might be safest to leave it in refrigeration -- especially in warmer months.

Bonilla a la Vista is a brand from Galicia, Spain that specializes in gourmet potato chips. The company was founded in 1932 by Manuel Bonilla, who started selling potato chips from a small storefront in the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda in southern Spain.

Today, Bonilla a la Vista is still a family-owned business and is known for its commitment to quality and tradition. The company uses only the finest ingredients, including agria potatoes (signature from Galicia) and extra-virgin olive oil, to create its signature potato chips. The chips are still made using the same traditional methods that Manuel Bonilla used over 80 years ago.

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