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Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Company

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Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Company

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Melanie O wrote a review May 1
Tumwater, Washington52 contributions3 helpful votes
Visited this store recently on a family trip to Nashville. Although the factory tour is not running right now, the store was open, and they were offering free samples of most of their chocolate bars. Good quality chocolate with fairly standard add-ins like cinnamon and chili, cocoa nibs, and coffee beans. Their duck fat caramels and salt and vinegar caramels were a little more unusual and definitely tasty. Worth a trip!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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jrdavis10 wrote a review Mar 2021
Athens, Georgia113 contributions14 helpful votes
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Everything was delicious and I bought a few fun gifts for friends. It smells heavenly. My favorite was the duck fat caramels. The Pappy Bourbon Brittle was also great.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Milton B wrote a review Jul 2020
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OK Chocolate Loving Connoisseurs ... Get Ready for real treat! if you are in Nashville TN you have to visit the Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Company. It is an absolute treasure tucked away in a small neighborhood. The tour, ( & might I mention we had the Best tour guide on top of that :) the chocolate process & of course the CHOCOLATE will introduce you to people who enjoy bringing true happiness to others with their craftsmanship & knowledge of all things chocolate. After you taste their unique chocolates, regular store candy bars just wont do.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Lillers wrote a review Nov 2019
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Anyone who doesn't enjoy this tour is a complete tool/simpleton/walmart wannabe. The review from "Wanda" is a joke. This is a small-scale, artisan chocolate company making extremely high quality chocolates. Unless you like drug store chocolates, that means you Wanda, this place is amazing. From bean to butter, the tour shows all. This isn't the fake Hershey's factory tour (Wanda), this is how real, good, sustainable and respectable chocolate is made. I call this a can't miss if visiting Nashville and even a little bit interested in getting away from all tourist garbage. A short ride away from the noise of Broadway in an amazingly eclectic and progressive neighborhood. Best $5 you'll spend on any tour and education. Something lost on our friend Wanda.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Wanda R wrote a review Oct 2019
Coralville, Iowa54 contributions25 helpful votes
They only give tours in Saturday's. You have to book ahead and they charge $5 plus tax. The cost was not a big deal but the tour was terrible. I expected to see actual chocolate being made and an explanation of the process. Not just a "this machine does this" and someone pointing too it. The tour should "Wow" the customer so that they purchase and spread the word. Do something else with your time and money as this was a huge disappointment.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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