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Wasn’t sure what to expect but this is a really interesting experience. You get to learn how chocolate is made, and it won’t be anything like you think it is! And get to make your own very yummy chocolate drink.
Enjoyed this place. They walked us through the various steps of how chocolate was made starting from the cacao bean to the grinding it into powder on using obsidian mortar and pestle.
Having some time to spare on our last day in San Ignacio, we decided to go and take this small tour (1 hour)and glad we did it.. it’s located in the downtown of the city, inside a house, where the welcoming hosts teach you a little history about chocolate and Mayan cacao…
Hands down one of the best things to experience in San Ignacio! You’ll not only learn about the process of making chocolate organically but you’ll also learn the connection of chocolate and the Mayan culture. I can feel the passion in Adriana voice as he talks about history, the…
This is a hands-on demonstration of the step-by step process by which the cacao bean is converted into the traditional cacao drink (which is delicious), and ready for to be manufactured into the chocolate we are familiar with. Responding to some reviews: (1) The point is not…