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Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

At Chocolate Ecstasy Tours, we pride ourselves on:

Imparting Interesting History 
We research every area thoroughly before we launch a tour, ensuring we’re well-versed in local history and armed with a collection of fascinating stories and obscure facts to entertain you en route.  Many guests – especially locals! – say this is their favourite part of our tours.   

Filling You Up With Chocolate 
We guarantee that you will leave your Chocolate Ecstasy Tour completely full of chocolate.  If not, we’ll get you more.  We’ve designed each tour to know how much to give you at each location.  Though some guests start to falter along the way we helpfully provide crackers to help you try more!  This isn’t about gluttony, in fact, it might not be the most chocolate you’ve ever eaten in one period.  Because everything we taste is of very high quality it’s much more satisfying than candy bars that are more readily available.   

Ensuring You Have An Amazing Time 
“Nice” is a bit of a cliché word, but all of the Chocolate Ecstasy Tour guides are handpicked by Jennifer because at their core this is who they are.  This is combined with their love of making other people happy and their intuition in knowing what to do to make that happen!  They absolutely love chocolate, the city they guide in and showing people around.  You can hear what other people have said about their experiences here.  Of course, if you did have a less than stellar experience on our walking tours or workshops, please tell us.  This care includes adapting the tour for people with physical challenges or allergies, intolerances or dislikes – the more notice you give us for any special requirements, the easier it is for us to make the tour smooth and enjoyable for you.   

Our Relationships With The Places We Visit 
Our founder, Jennifer Earle, is a passionate member of the fine chocolate community and part of her aim in life is to promote the workers in the fine chocolate industry, from the hard working cocoa farmers to the talented artisans who create the wonderful treats we sample during the tasting tours.  We value our relationships with the businesses we take you to and ensure they all know we are coming.  It’s for this reason that we don’t run chocolate tours on weekends in December in the lead up to Christmas, nor on Easter weekend.

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