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We were the only customers in the shop and received information only available on the private tours. We tried four different kinds of chocolate and purchased several. We also purchased a cup of hot chocolate with less milk. It was absolutely delicious. Try the Peruvian...More
Was given the chili, lime, nut chocolate block for Christmas and loved it! It is proper chocolate that is not extremely sweet and the chili packed a good punch.
I was super excited to find out they did a chili hot chocolate too, which is...More
Great service, great chocolate and great hot chocolate. Weird that only disposable cups are used given I was told they have a commitment to sustainability. Why not use reusable coffee cups? Otherwise great trip
I visited this little gem as part of a group tour, coming in from the cold to the warmth and delightful smell of chocolate was great. We had a passionate, articulate presenter who ran us through the process of Bean to Bar, ethically sourced product...More
Went in here to get a block of chocolate as a gift and ended up buying some for myself too! Staff are very helpful, they know their product and make good recommendations. They’re happy if you want to sample first too. Also, had a hot...More
It’s down the lane by dixon street deli We came in and the smell is Devine . we bought a banana chocolate but it didn’t taste like banana. My daughter had peppermint and she said it was ok . The blocks are about $9.50 quite...More
Was hyped after reading reviews - dragged tired teenagers along to check the factory out. Walking in the smell was seductive, but that's as good as it got. No factory workings happening, no greeting from staff, very small selection of expensive chocolate with high cocoa...More
Tucked away in a small street that is an area that, as a boy growing up in Wellington, was infamous for the old shacks that housed opium dens, - and some of those old shacks remain - is the Wellington Chocolate Factory.
What a delightful...More