El Museo del Chocolate is simply great!! Not only you learn about how to make chocolate and all about Cacao but you eat one of the best chocolate in the world!!!
We had a day in Lima where we had nothing to do and on advice from fellow travellers booked in for the 2 hour Chocolate master class. It was really good fun......our guide was very informative and we actually got to make chocolate! We drank lots of cocoa tea and got to mould our own chocolates to take home. I... More
Delicius chocolate, i'm eat a frapucchino and my friend a borrachito, but the hot chocolate is not fine
We didn't really know what to expect from a chocolate museum but we were pretty happy with what they offer. The staff were really friendly and let us try lots of prepared chocolate, plus raw cocoa beans, cocoa husk tea (delish!) and even 5 different flavours of pisco. We opted to do the chocolate-making class, which lasted about an hour... More
I had an unexpected day in Lima. I hadn't done any research before hand and needed some activities for the day. I also wanted to get around just by walking. Traffic in Lima seemd to always be a challenge. So, with some info from the hotel, I managed to put together a walking tour in the Miraflores section of Lima.... More
I visited the ChocoMuseo on impulse, and ended up staying for lunch, touring the factory, meeting some wonderfully enthusiastic staff, and taking away delicious memories, thanks to the unique flavors of chocolate that can be selected to make up personalized packages. This was a thoroughly enjoyable outing, and well worth the visit. They offer a backdrop of....what else..a showing of... More
I did the mini taller. It was awesome. They taught me a lot about the cacao and the process to make it chocolate. I did chocolates with different topping from m&ms to coca powder. They gave me some chocolate tea and some chocolate with liquor. The staff is really great and the place is very nice. I fully recommended!
Loved it! Want to go back! They let you sample everything and explain it to you, and if you're lucky you'll get to see them making it as well. You just have to find it since its a bit hidden
It's not super exciting but it has great info on the history of chocolate in South America. Even better is the chocolate cake and the best is the best is the Mayan hot chocolate. Ask the server to make it yourself and they bring you a small bowl of melted chocolate, hot milk, honey and chilli pepper. It's sublime. 9... More
My husband and I participated in the "From Beans to Bar" workshop that the ChocoMuseo offers three times daily. We were the only people in the workshop and loved it. We first started with a tour of how cacao is grown and roasted and then were shown different ways hot chocolate was prepared by the Spanish and Aztecs & Mayans.... More
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