Cité du Chocolat Valrhona, Tain-l'Hermitage

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  • I cannot imagine a worse place to visit for a diabetic, but somehow I managed to stumble through there in something less than a comma attempting to sample the amazing display of chocolate creations. I...  more »
  • Really entertaining place with free samples and a great boutique store to shop from afterwards. I recommend buying the Itakuja chocolate with double fermentation and taste of passion fruit.  more »
  • A must visit-Even if you do not like chocolate, think of someone who does, hence giving yourself an excuse to visit. It really is a chocolate wonderland with an amazing range of quality products  more »
  • Great products. Just delicious!
  • Super nice place for young and old I learned a lot. The atmosphere is amazing and you can try everything. I'll come again and recommend it to everyone!
  • Fantastic stop off on the long drive south. Kids and adults alike will love it and the shop is the best!
  • It was great, many tastings
  • Would be unacceptably bad experience if it wasn't for the live presentation in the amphitheatre with cocoa and chocolate beans showing and explaining how they grow and how they are turned into chocolate!