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Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Workshop in ChocoMuseo Cusco

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Cusco, Peru

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icon2 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more

Overview

Take this chocolate-lovers workshop and learn how to make your very own chocolate from start to finish. Learn about the chocolate-making process with this hands-on experience beginning with the cocoa tree and finishing with your very own chocolate creations. Discover the history of cocoa in Peru and learn why it is one of the top chocolate producers in the world.
  • Take a workshop to learn about the chocolate-making process
  • Discover the history of Cocoa in Peru from your chocolatier
  • Make your very own chocolate creations from start to finish
  • This tour is great for all ages and skill levels
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Chocolate drinks tasting
All materials to make your own chocolates
120gr of your handmade chocolate
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure Point

ChocoMuseo Hatunrumiyoc, Calle Hatunrumiyoc 480, Cusco 08000, Peru

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1 day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability
  • Please arrive at ChocoMuseo at least 5 minutes before the scheduled workshop
  • Please note that you will be able to leave with your chocolates around 45 minutes after the end of the workshop
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
  • OPERATED BY ChocoMuseo SAC

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.


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  • "Also, make sure you bring a bottle of water with you bc trying all that chocolate can make you thirsty." See review

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Highly Recommend
Lauren
, Feb 2020
I would highly recommend this tour! It was highly informative, fun, and at the end we left with yummy chocolates. Our host's name was Javier, and he was very engaging and made it a truly memorable day! If you can, try the white chocolate with chili in it - out of this world.
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Chocolate and comedy
Susanjoakim
, Feb 2020
We had a wonderful time. Our teacher, Yilmar, was not only hilarious, but very educational. Making our own candy gave us an opportunity to share our experience with others. Fantastic!
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Fun Times With Hey Arnold!
DeniseLaPlaca
, Nov 2019
Such an awesome workshop and something different (and cool!) to do in the midst of touring Cusco. Hey Arnold was hilarious and very informative. My husband and I had a BLAST and the chocolate was to die for. Would do this again and recommend everyone try it out. 20 out of 10 stars!
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Entertaining host, had us laughing!
KristinG1344
, Oct 2019
Great host, she was really funny. We had a lot of fun while learning about the chocolate process. Yummy samples too!
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Chocolate Workshop
LHIlyer
, Oct 2019
It was fun and informative. The instructor was very entertaining while providing us with historical detail.
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Funny and Informative
Dana V
, Sep 2019
My sister and I had a really great time at this class. It can be a little tricky to find, because there are so many chocomuseo shops in Cusco, but if you go to the southwest side of Plaza al Regocijo and turn onto calle Garcilaso you'll see a set of stairs on your right. The museum is up the stairs and to the back. Also, make sure you bring a bottle of water with you bc trying all that chocolate can make you thirsty. This class was a whole lot of fun. There were about 12 people in the kitchen. Arnold, our instructor, was hilarious. He had us try coco beans in different states, gave us a ton of information about how chocolate is made (did you know that it's mosquitoes that pollinate cocoa pods? guess they're good for something) and try a bunch of different types of chocolate, then go through the process of roasting, peeling, and grinding beans. You use these to make a couple different types of hot cocoa. Finally you get to pick a mold and make your own chocolate. There are a ton of toppings to choose from and you wind up with a huge amount. The chocolate takes about a half hour in the freezer, so you can either go grab a bite at the soup place next door or just relax in the square. This is definitely a great way to spend an evening in Cusco!
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Wonderful workshop - the chef was...
Becky Sue P
, Jan 2018
Wonderful workshop - the chef was very friendly and informative. He made it fun - took pictures of us at various stages of making the chocolate and gave everyone the opportunity to be involved. I had a great time, learned a lot, and ended up with chocolate to share. One minor issue - Viator only asked for the date we wanted but there are several times per day that the workshop is held and no way to indicate that thru Viator. I had to look up the ChocoMuseo online and email them. Thankfully that was easy and I got back an answer in English and was able to select the time directly with them. Also, you should be aware that they intend for you to stand for the workshop - most people didn't seem to care but for me that is just not possible. They let me have a bar stool though so no problem. The ChocoMuseo is right off the main square in Cuzco so I was able to walk from my hotel. You do have to wait about an hour after the workshop to take your chocolate because it has to harden in the refrigerator - I just ate lunch in the square and then went back for it so that was fine.
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Our chocolate chef was very...
Eric W
, Oct 2017
Our chocolate chef was very knowledgeable and a comedian which made learning fun and making chocolate candy fun as well.
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Very funny and amusing! Tip: ask for...
tyhinkle
, May 2017
Very funny and amusing! Tip: ask for extra chocolate at the end and dip all the fixings in it like a fondue! The place was a little hard to find and very busy so get the early!
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Highly recommended. Fun and...
lharrison
, Apr 2017
Highly recommended. Fun and informative. Our chocolate creatio s turned out interesting and we had fun trying our flavours. This was a great afternoon. The cafe attached was reasonably priced and provided good food. Thank you this was a fun way to spend the afternoon.
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