the kids loved the cocoa making demonstration. worth a visit with children. book a space early. buy all kinds of chocolates, cocoa and coffee.
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I didn't have a chance to take one of their classes, but I plan to the next time I'm in Antigua. They have a number of samples throughout the store, so I sampled nearly everything. I wound up purchasing some chocolates and chocolate tea, since...More
Our family of 15 loved this place! For a very reasonable fee we spent a whole afternoon here and were treated to a very engaging educational presentation, had a chance to use the bataan to grind cocoa beans, made our own chocolate in a variety...More
We had so much fun in the Chocolate history/making workshop. Raul was an amazing and funny guide - he taught us the history and chocolate-making processes in an engaging and entertaining way, keeping us laughing the entire time! 100% recommend this tour and hopefully you...More
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the ChocoMuseo in Antigua, Guatemala. Francisco was an awesome guide: he taught me about the fascinating history of cacao in Guatemala, then helped me get my hands "dirty" making my own sweet treats!
We had the privilege of becoming chocolatiers for a day through the entertaining and enlightening guidance of Orlando. Two hours (okay, maybe a bit longer...as we went into "overtime") FLEW by! Despite having walked through the museo's well-annotated displays prior to the workshop, we learned...More
We had a great time doing the chocolate workshop at the Chocolate museum! Orlando was great. He had loads of knowledge and was really great fun! I Think I left knowing everything there is to know about chocolate and I got to make two kinds...More