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ChocoMuseo, Lima

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Explore the chocolate-making process and get some tasty products for yourself at ChocoMuseo. Watch a video on how chocolate is made and then try it yourself in one of the workshops, where you are personally introduced to the process before making some yourself. Be sure to try some of the samples of different types of chocolate products, too, including smooth chocolate liqueurs and teas. Before leaving, check out the shop where they have various chocolate products available for purchase. ChocoMuseo is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Lima Edition.
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  • Since you enter, the smell of chocolate envelops you and stay amazed. They have a variety of flavors that accompany the chocolate. The Café is a good option to visit with friends. My favorite is the "Chocofrio". Hosts and hostesses are very friendly and always has a big smile. Chocolate workshops are a great activity to make adults and children, you learn a lot about cocoa and chocolate in the Peru and the world.
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  • There are two shops, both in plaza de armas in the miraflores district. You immediately feel the smell of cocoa as you enter. You can make chocolate liquor tasting chocolate, tea, jams etc. The chocolate bars are also spectacular with many tastes and concentrations of cocoa. To go there and buy definitely
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  • First I must say that it is not a Museum, but if you have enough interesting information and a short course. Anyway is a good place for a coffee or a chocolate, they also have very good chocolate tea and offer variety of products associated with cocoa, to beers
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  • This is an interesting place if you want to see how chocolate is made from scratch. You get to make your own chocolate drinks and bars.
  • Went for the chocolate tour with a non-Spanish speaking friend, they didn't charge us anything and the host was really attentive and friendly. You should pay them a visit if you're in the area.
  • This was amazing! Our host was so fantastic and the chocolate was superb! Learning about how choco is made, including tasting anything we wished made our experience wonderful! If you have 2 hours to learn some history you Must Go!
  • A nice place with very interesting displayed about Cocoa and how chocolates are made.
  • It's a shop, not a museum. But a nice shop
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