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Cacao

41A # 210 X 48 Sisal, Valladolid 97780, Mexico
+52 999 406 0868
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IF YOU LOVE REAL ORGANIC CHOCLATE "THIS IS THE PLACE"

Yummy Yummy real Maan Chocolate made from SCRATCH & the origins from the COCAO PODS. Very... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2017
Whale Shark D
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Isla Holbox Quintana Roo
The birthplace of chocolate, this is a MUST for any chocolate-lover!!!

This is a chocoholic's dream! Inside its colourful colonial facade, you will find warm and friendly... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2017
JayVivaItalia
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Ottawa, Canada
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41A # 210 X 48 Sisal, Valladolid 97780, Mexico
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Reviewed 5 April 2017

Yummy Yummy real Maan Chocolate made from SCRATCH & the origins from the COCAO PODS. Very informative + FREE SAMPLES! Te offer a wide variety of Flavors after showing you exactly how its made.

1  Thank Whale Shark D
Reviewed 11 March 2017

This is a chocoholic's dream! Inside its colourful colonial facade, you will find warm and friendly people eagerly awaiting to guide you through a short free museum tour to learn about the origin of mayan chocolate (the birthplace of chocolate), a demonstration of how it...More

2  Thank JayVivaItalia
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

The tour wasn't long but it was informative. Seeing the Mayan lady actually using a stone to grind the chocolate beans was really cool! Tasting all the different chocolates was fun. And it lead us to buying a ton of it to take home because...More

Thank Caleb N
Reviewed 27 December 2016

This is what I was looking for. While walking around in Merida I stop by in the Cocoa shop, the place, people and info is very nice. You can try different flavors and buy some at the end of the tour. Tasty plane cocoa,no sugar...More

Thank Karina M
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Only take about 30 minutes - but well worth listening to how the chocolate is made (there's a tasting part at the end which was fantastic!) We got traditional Mayan cacao drinks at the adjoining cafe afterwards - worth a visit if you've got an...More

Thank joel_ellis
Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

Found this place after getting a bit lost but it was really good and so glad we went. You get a mini tour which explains the history of mayan chocolate and then are able to taste loads of different types of cacao. We bought some...More

Thank cypher123487
Reviewed 18 November 2016

Tucked away on a corner of Friars street about halfway between main square and convent. You get a no frills tour of the steps involved in preparing cocoa pods for eating and drinking. In addition, they offer a sample of a half dozen or so...More

2  Thank DJSmit6
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

Very interesting visit (short but free) with a very friendly host. And very good chocolate ! The host is funny and speaks many languages.

Thank Marc N
Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

We stopped in today for a quick tour, taste and followed it up with drinking hot chocolate next door. The tour was informative and fun, followed by samples of all their chocolate. The gals were friendly and helpful. It made our day to stop here!...More

Thank AdrienneLL
Reviewed 13 October 2016

We made a quick stop here and were offered a short tour. There was no chocolate making happening while we were there but the variety of chocolate available for purchase made up for it. The tequila flavour is fantastic!

Thank melissassm
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RoqueFarach
Hola, que horarios tienen y que costo la entrada, somos 4 adultos, uno mayor de 70 años y dos niños, uno de 7 una de 1 añito. Los visitaremos en diciembre. Saludos
11 July 2015|
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Response from ChocolHaa | Property representative |
hola buenas tardes aqui en cacao, los horarios son los siguientes de 09 a.m. a las 09 p.m. todos los dias del año. los tours y degustaciòn son gratuitos tenemos sillas para la gente mayor el tour es muy cultural y la... More
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