The first half hour was spent learning about chocolate: Where it comes from, how it is processed before it ends up in TCHO's factory, and a bit about how TCHO was started. A combination of video presentation and speaking by the guide.
Next came about 10 minutes inside the factory, but the noise was so loud that it was next to impossible to hear anything and to ask questions. I really wish the tour part would be improved, e.g. by showing how the machines work and showing more in detail how the chocolate is handled after it has been made into bars.
The chocolate tasting that followed was excellent. It really made me appreciate the differences in dark chocolate and the difference between dark chocolate and milk chocolate.
Very informative, but more of a chocolate education and tasting than a factory tour
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