We took the choclate making class and had a great time. Two hours later we had a better knowledge and appreciation of all things cocoa. Eat what you make and buy more. DonQ
There is a small museum about how they make coco, which is interesting. The demonstration on how to make chocolate was pretty routine and overpriced. It seems like the focus of the museum is to sell you chocolate. They have a nice cafe in a courtyard - the hot chocolate is amazing!
Staff friendly. Pretty good chocolate and they conch their own chocolate from chocolate liquor (crushed nibs) and you can see the process. Their brownie and their drinks are delicious. Choco lala under the arch has a more refined and a better tasting 70 % chocolate.
We went primarily because the Trip Advisor reviews were so darn strong, but we were disappointed. Keep in mind the classes can be quite large. Ours had 17 people in it, but the class following ours only had 1. I think a smaller class would have been more fun. Your 2-hour basic class will start with a pretty boring history... More
Loved sitting in the garden and sipping Aztec-style hot chocolate and yummy smoothies almost as much as sampling their superduper chocolate bars and truffles.
I took the 2 hour chocolate making class while staying in Antigua as part of a 10 day tour of Guatemala through Caravan Tours. For me, the chocolate class at ChocoMuseo was the highlight of my entire trip. Alejandro taught the class, and did an absolutely fantastic job. He was highly knowledgeable, friendly, and entertaining. I learned much more than... More
Learn how chocolate is made and buy some expensive stuff. That's pretty much it. You can't miss this place - a huge ChocoBanano costumed person stands in the doorway. When you get tired of being there, check out the expat bar across the courtyard from it.
The place is really nice. Make sure to drink a chocolate infusion cup. However, if you are planning on buying a lot you probably should do it directly from the factory in San Juan del Obispo where you see the real process to get chocolate and prices are lower. We got a bag of tea for ~40Q and they were... More
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