The tour was free and very good - sometimes free tours aren't and other times, you pay for tours you wish you hadn't. I'd have happily paid for this one! We began with a video (in Spanish - which I didn't understand) - the adverts were funny at the end. The tour guide then took us around the museum and in both English and Spanish, explained some of the history and the process. The tools and artifacts were all very interested and we even got to sample some cocoa beans (bitter to say the least!). We got to see the factory and the workers busy packing bars of chocolate into boxes - it was great to see them all in action and to understand the process further. Understandably, photos were forbidden at this point. Even through the perspex, you could smell the chocolate - it was incredible! We finished in the shop, where we sampled three varieties of Valor chocolate (I managed to eat 12 squares! It was so moreish) and managed to make our purchases - the drinking chocolate is highly recommended. The truffles on display were beautifully laid out with a number of varieties, I wish I could have transported those back with me. All in all, a very good afternoon!
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