Evidences of full adherence of the Chocolate as a European Cultural Heritage there is the documentation of centuries of historical sources and entire repertoires of testimonials. The habits and customs of Europeans were significantly influenced by the introduction of Chocolate, as evidenced by several documents, diaries, certificates of the life at court, within the clergy and the bourgeoisie from the sixteenth century.
Chocolate develops and grows within historical cities that still continue today to be typical centers of chocolate production. Chocolate is thus an important component of certain cities thanks to which remains alive the traditional and quality production.
Every day hundreds of tourists, school children, young Europeans come into direct contact with the different historical evidence that the spread of cocoa has traced over the centuries through the European Courts , the Clergy and later through the historic cafes.