Dulce de Leche

In Argentina, rich, caramelized Dulce de Leche is a feature of many desserts. Our "milk candy" is created simply by utilizing the highest-quality milk sourced from the Pampas.

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Dulce de Leche is a traditional Argentinian dessert made by slowly cooking sweetened milk until it becomes caramelized, resulting in a decadent, caramelized treat. Our Dulce de Leche is created simply by utilizing the highest-quality milk sourced from the Pampas.

Products Details

  • Features a creamy consistency with a rich caramel brown coloring
  • Extremely versatile, it can be used in desserts, snacks, breakfasts, or by the spoonful
  • Made with a touch of vanilla for a subtle flavor

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The Rodriguez family's story began in 1926 when a Spanish immigrant named Joaquín Rodríguez arrived in Argentina. He became an entrepreneur and quickly became known for his distribution of dulce de leche. The rest of the family joined him shortly afterward, working hard to keep up with demand. In 1972, his son, Ernesto Rodríguez founded the first factory. Now, the company is run by Ernesto and his sons—they uphold their father's commitment to excellence and work with his same passion for doing things right.

The Rodriguez family's story began in 1926 when a Spanish immigrant named Joaquín Rodríguez arrived in Argentina. He became an entrepreneur and quickly became known for his distribution of dulce de leche. The rest of the family joined him shortly afterward, working hard to keep up with demand. In 1972, his son, Ernesto Rodríguez founded the first factory. Now, the company is run by Ernesto and his sons—they uphold their father's commitment to excellence and work with his same passion for doing things right while still using their father's time-honored recipe.

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