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ChocoMuseo, Lima

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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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  • This place exists to sell chocolates (that aren't very good and are expensive). There's a bit of a display and explanation about cacao and the chocolate making process, but save your time and money.  more »
  • Great English speaking staff. We took the Bean to Bar tour and had a great experience! It is worth the money and time (2 hours), and as almost everywhere in Peru, their welcoming service is outstandin...  more »
  • while commercial, this is well done and informative. The staff speak English well and you can learn a great deal about how it is grown, processed, used etc. PLUS, the samples of single origin cacao ar...  more »
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  • Cute place with friendly service and staff.. Make your own hot chocolates in different styles (you get hot choc, different ingredients to mix and match) and some yummy desserts. Looks like they offer workshops on chocolate making too that seem fun..
  • We were forced here via a food tour we took (food walking tour Peru, which was very very good) and it's definitely a little touristy. The ice cream is decent though, there's a nice seating area outside with a bathroom.
  • The chocolate in the mocha was good, very rich and a bit earthy. Staff were very friendly
  • Is Museum that serves CHOCOLATE!!! Find out where is located and visit it, because is right smack in the middle of Miraflores and you are probably going to be staying near by. This is a coffee shop AND a chocolate factory. The walls are all filled with maps and drawings about the chocolate industry and culture. The experience is a bit awkward because the waiters are expected to be some sort of Chocolate experts and that does not work with everyone. My advise? Get a table, order something fancy to drink there and perhaps buy a present to take home or eat at the hotel later on. Peru has some exotic chocolate farms (and coffee farms) on or near the Amazon Jungle and this will be your best shot at experiencing that.
  • 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.