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See an award-winning artisan small-batch chocolate maker. Learn how chocolate is made on-site. Learn about harvesting, fermentation, drying, roasting. See cocoa fruit on trees growing in our garden, taste fresh cacao fruit. Walk through our gardens...more
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This was great. We learnd so much and you se the hole proces from start to finish. The guy who told us about the chocolat was so passioneret about it. And after this Tour you get to try it all.
You really get to apriciate...More
We've just finished the chocolate tour with Sergio, sitting on the balcony at El Quetzal indulging in the 7 types of chocolates on offer!
The tour was brilliant. We were walked through the full process and were not made to feel rushed whatsoever, even though...More
This tour was great. They guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. He explained their process of taking chocolate from the pod to the bar. You got try suck on a bean from a pod, try 100% pure chocolate sauce, then that mixed with sugar, then...More
Excellent guide who was Portugese and spoke fluent English. Walked around the compact grounds to see the beans growing right up to the processes (through a window only). They pride themselves on pure chocolate production and do not sell wholesale, just to visitors so the...More
We were lucky enough to be the only two people with George for the ‘Tour de Chocolate’ on a rainy afternoon in Mindo.
We thoroughly enjoyed his friendly nature, and his sense of humor. The chocolate process was fascinating and the brownie was superb.
This was a fantastic experience, the tour is well-worth it. The staff is very personable. At the end they provide a taste test, and the shop has cocoa products as well as souvenirs to remember Mindo by (I picked up a couple chocolate bars and...More
We went there with small children and it was great. Our tour guide was a portuguese guy who was extremely nice and with a very good attitude. I think his name was Sergio though Im not completely sure. He knew a lot about chocolate, cacao...More
Date of experience: December 2018
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Barbara W, Owner at El Quetzal de Mindo, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2019