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Chocolate Museum entry with Hungarian chocolate tasting

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    Visit: Chocolate Museum, Bekecs utca 22., Budapest 1162 Hungary

    We take a common walk on the Square of the Chocolates,where You can see show-windows from the turn of the last century, during this You can listen some interesting stories about the chocolate and taste special chocolate from Gerbeaud.
    We visit the Rákóczi Cellar. When we walk between hungarian bottles from the turn of the century we taste the hungarian spirit, the Pálinka. The children, and under the age of 18 get chocolates.
    The visitors make the own chocolate too, and fill it with chili, colorful candies, cinnamon, coconut etc. We will put it a special present box, and the end of the tour You can bring it home, like a perfect present. Until the own chocolate becomes solid, everybody pick up a cup of hot chocolate, and sit in the Filmmuseum, where we show an interesting short film about the chocolate. During the movie there is opportunity to taste different hungarian chocolates. After the movie, you can listen some interesting information, and if You have any question, You can ask it.
    We visit authentic copy of the Stühmer Chocolateshop, and if You would You can buy the best chocolates of Europe in the modelshop of the Chocolate Museum.
    After the visiting of the modelshop, a set table waits for the visitors with candlelights in the Rákóczi Knighthall. You can choose from special teas. We will serve the speciality of the Museum, a brilliant hot cookie. Our adult guests can taste a dessert wine, and the children get chocolate.
    At the end of the program waiting for you a chocolate gift pack.
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    Reviewed yesterday

    This is something you should try, you learn things about cacao, taste a lot of chocolate, make your own chocolate, and you can also buy chocolate from the store ( I bought an 100% cocoa mass chocolate, woow!! and some funny ones, great for gifts...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank ralucaelenaj
    Reviewed 9 July 2019 via mobile

    We visited the chocolate museum on our family trip to Budapest. It was a very unique experience. We learned about the history of chocolate. We got to sample many different chocolates. We even got to make our own chocolate tart to take with us. The...More

    Thank kljones07
    Reviewed 9 July 2019 via mobile

    This museum was beautiful. The smell as you enter is amazing too! As you go around the museum, you have on average about 10 different chocolate tasters which were all delicious. It was a very interesting tour and the guide was lovely and made you...More

    Thank Charlie T
    Reviewed 5 July 2019

    Lots of chocolate! The building itself is beautiful and well preserved! The tour guide was informative and made us feel very welcome as she was very friendly. We got to try hand made Hungarian chocolates and palinka, fondue, cake and dessert wine! An absolute bargain...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank Leanne W
    Reviewed 3 May 2019 via mobile

    The museum is outside of city centre, but so worth the adventure to get there. It is small, but really well kept, and the guides stories were really fun. They also give you TONS of samples of both chocolate and Hungarian spirits—we skipped lunch that...More

    Date of experience: May 2019
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    Erato M
    14 January 2019|
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    Yes. The base was something like shortbread. You'll fill the "bowl" of the base with milk chocolate from the fountain, then add extras like almonds, cinnamon, coconut, paprika, etc. Your choice for what to add on it... More
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