To the venezuelan, the Cachito means tradition, and identity.
Cachitos, hot out of the oven
The Cachito is a typical venezuelan bread, that is characterized by the slight sweetness of its dough and by its traditional filling of shredded ham and/or cheese, prior to being baked. The Royal Spanish Academy defines the Cachito as a “small horn- or crescent-shaped savoury bread filled with ham or cheese”, however, in the interest of showing its versatility, we have created a variety of flavours that make the Cachitos a well-received treat for whatever palate that tries it.
Its practical shape makes it easy to eat on-the-go, it doesn’t require a specific temperature for consumption and its taste is quite simply innovative and delicious, evoking an aroma of freshness when eaten.