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This was part of a tour. On arrival we were given samples of hot chocolate and brownies which were delicious. We watched a video that explains the process of making chocolate from bean to bar. There was a table with some displays of beans and...More
With the whiff of chocolate permeating the air, we entered the Del Oro Chocolate Factory. We visited Del Oro as part of our city tour with DSRR Bus Rental.
During our time at the factory we watched a short video about the chocolate making process...More
We took a taxi tour from cruise port and he stopped. by Del Oro. Skip the video demo of the real factory. The shop sells good chocolates and affordable gifts for people back home. The cocoa powder they sell is the real deal. I hope...More
We hired a taxi from our cruise ship and selected the Del Oro factory tour as one of our stops. I have to admit that the tour was a little underwhelming and seemed geared to getting you to spend some money in the gift shop...More
Visited as part of a larger tour off a cruise ship. Did enjoy visit but set up for tourists, not an actual factory tour. Get samples of hot chocolate and brownie on arrival, then video, then quick explanation of stages of production by small scale...More
They bring you in, it's free. The hot chocolate and brownies are to die for. They give you samples.
You go into a small room where they explain the process, show you the beans and butter, and turn on Barbie-sized mini machines to make the...More
I was disappointed that it was not a tour to see the production line of step by step showing how chocolate was produced, thinking it was a real chocolate factory. It should not be called a “factory” at all. First you get to sample ready-made...More
Met at the front with a tasting of hot chocolate and a brownie. Both very good. Watched a video, which allowed us to see how cocoa is harvested, dried and made. Found it amazing that all of the bars of chocolate are hand wrapped. Not...More