Museu de la Xocolata Comes, Sueca

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  • A must-see if you go to Swedish. Very interesting, discover the secrets of the production of chocolate, tasting! Care and ensured sympathy in the Museum staff, very nice. Recommended 100%.
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  • We just make the visit to the Chocolate Museum in Swedish. Araceli, the girl who gave us the explanation in the workshop which is on the upper floor has been charming. Us has given an explanation very clear and concise about the cocoa and the types of chocolate. It has been super friendly with us and our 3 daughters (2 teens). We have been delighted with your explanation and your kindness. Down we bought chocolate. The girl who has sold it for us and which we entered at the beginning in the explanation of the Museum also has been very kind. Our congratulations to the Museum and especially its 2 employees. Antonia.
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  • A wide variety of chocolates and things derived from it. It's not cheap but it is worth the quality in all its products.
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  • This brewery - Swedish store is a reference for those who like me we can not resist us to taste and buy good chocolate. The owner is a very affable man who explains the process from beginning to end and not skimp on explanations, it shows you its products and stresses that do not use artificial products, no need to be an expert in chemistry to realize, chocolate is exquisite. The museum itself is a great experience and you can even knead dough cocoa so you know how it is made. A great to go with children or without, the site gives equal,... good prices, is an artisan product, they are not exaggerated nor much less. I live in Madrid but when I'm in the area I go without thinking twice about it, but buy their chocolates in medieval markets that are organized here in the downtown area, come to almost everyone.
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  • A visit which you should not miss if you come to Swedish
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  • Visit highly recommended
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