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Museo Del Chocolate, Astorga
(3.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Refounded in 2015 and currently located in a modernist House, surprised us both your indoors or outdoors. Sales with a very clear idea of what has been the chocolate to Astorga for several centuries, as well as "handmade" process. All very enlightening, very well detailed and perfectly explained in the panels and videos.
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  • An environment very neat, interesting, but gave me the feeling of that could be a little more work to make guided tour. You put a video of as is to chocolate by hand and then leave you free. It would be nice, explain it something better. The chocolate tasting the best thing jejeje
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  • He was not among our visits to Astorga, but we loved it. So much for the history of cocoa, how to make chocolate to arm or stone as per all the legacy associated with the consumption of chocolate: molds, cromos, soundtracks, merchandising of over fifty years ago, etc. You can't miss the documentary video about making artisan chocolate. You can buy chocolate with pepper, salt from the Himalayas, etc. with varying degrees of pure cocoa.
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  • Nice Museum € 2,50 entrance. It is visually attractive and has interesting content. Without guided tour. With the input they offer a tasting at the end, consisting of three boxes on the counter of the store with pieces of chocolate (with milk and almond black). The day of my visit, the store managers were chatting animatedly about their things and not paid any attention to the visitors.
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  • You see the way of as cocoa, the utensils that were used, the moulds are working. Radio ad on vinyl record, everyone leaves singing the little song, jjjj. Recommended and tasting to the exit.
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  • The story of chocolate, and then focuses on the manufacturing of chocolate in astorga, so traditional and industrial, as well as used machines. It ends with a small tasting. For €2.5 is not bad
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  • Okay, you explain how the chocolate is made see machines it as they are wrapped and qie gave gift to buy chocolate. At the end there is a tasting of chocolates, the three that are good, but aconsejoel of three chocolates. If you pass by there I recommend
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  • Very interesting visit where I show you as he is the artisan chocolate. At the end of the tour you get to try different types of chocolate
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