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Chocolate Indulgence Walking Tour of Seattle

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Overview

Seattle and coffee go together, sure, but Seattle and chocolate are a close second. Enjoy all chocolate everything on this 2-hour walking tour of Seattle’s top confectioners and chocolate makers. Sample handmade chocolates, cupcakes, cheesecakes and truffles. Learn more about where chocolate comes from and how it’s made, plus a bit about Seattle’s culinary past and present on this tastefully tempting tour.
  • 2-hour walking tour of Seattle including tastings
  • Indulge your sweet tooth with tastings at some of Seattle's best confectioners and chocolate makers
  • Enjoy sampling hand-made chocolates and indulgent cakes
  • Try Tom Douglas' famous Triple Coconut Cream Pie and Chocolate Chunk Cookie
  • Take a leisurely stroll along the streets of Seattle as you learn about the city's gourmet past and present
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Departure Point

Modernist Cuisine Gallery, 1403 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

Departure Time

11:00 AM

Return Details

Fran's Chocolates - Downtown, 1325 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
Chocolate has become such a big part of the Seattle experience that it is rivaling the coffee culture. On this decadent 2-hour walking tour, enjoy more than 15 chocolate tastings and find out about Seattle’s rich chocolate history and why it is home to over 50 chocolatiers.

The itinerary is subject to change, but you may sample house-made ice cream, cupcakes, chocolate chai tea, truffles, salted caramels, white chocolate raspberry cheesecake, Colombian drinking chocolate and more. And taste a Seattle favorite, chef and restaurateur Tom Douglas’ triple coconut cream pie.
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Savor Seattle Food Tours
On this walking tour you'll learn how fine chocolate is made with helpful tips from chocolatiers to take home with you. There is plenty of tasting along the way with truffles, cupcakes, rich dark chocolate ice cream, and cookies are just a few of the items on the menu. Make sure you leave plenty of room to try Tom Douglas’ famous Triple Coconut Cream Pie, a local dessert which will satisfy the sweetest of tooth. Some of the delicious treats you may sample on the Chocolate Walking Tour of Seattle include (subject to change): • Decadent chocolate truffles  • Mini cupcakes and dark chocolate ice cream • Rotating seasonal cheesecakes • Chocolate truffle cookies
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • We CANNOT provide substitutions for any allergies (such as gluten-free or dairy-free) on this tour
  • Please bring a filled reusable water bottle for the tour, as you will be walking and eating for 2 hours. If you are unable to do so, water will be available for purchase at the starting location of the tour. Please arrive early to provide enough time to purchase water should you chose to do so
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Children in strollers are highly discouraged, as some areas have limited access for strollers
  • Tours may be cancelled due to low booking numbers
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 16 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Savor Seattle Food Tours

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Chocolate Indulgence Walking Tour of Seattle?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 16 travelers.

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Yummy chocolate treats!
Jane_W
, Mar 2020
We loved the variety of chocolate treats! Very interesting info on each stop and great Tour guides. Just know that you only go into 2 of the locations. I assumed we would go into all of the locations and be able to warm up or get a break from the rain, but we stood outside most of the locations in the rain and wind. I would have dressed warmer or waited until nicer weather to do the Tour if I had known.
icon Response from Host , Mar 2020
Hi Jane! Thank you so much for joining us on our Chocolate Indulgence Tour. We do try and operate all our tours, rain or shine, but understand that sometimes the weather can be a bit chilly! We're delighted to hear you were still able to indulge with Betsy and Sarah and explore a wide variety of food. Thanks so much for the review, and hopefully next time you're in Seattle for a sunnier day, we can see you on another tour!
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Fun tour
jannrappe
, Aug 2019
Although we were a family group of just 4 adults, Marley was engaged and enthusiastic. Samples were ample. We were not pressured to purchase at any stop. Overall a fun excursion.
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Jane M
, Jun 2019
The tour was excellent. It was very informative and delicious for the taste buds. Marley was absolutely charming and very knowledgeable.
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Kenna, was amazing, loved her job...
Eric H
, Dec 2017
Kenna, was amazing, loved her job and passed that excitement on to us. We learned a lot about chocolate and had some amazing tastings, you definitely need to like chocolate, for this tour and will come away in a chocolate coma
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We really enjoyed this tour. It was...
Bryan W
, Oct 2017
We really enjoyed this tour. It was our 2nd time and it is our favorite in Seattle.
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Kenna gave us a fabulous tour! She...
Christianne B
, Aug 2017
Kenna gave us a fabulous tour! She was very knowledgeable and engaging! Frans chocolates was our favorite place!
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Terrific for chocoholics. Do not eat...
Fred L
, Jul 2017
Terrific for chocoholics. Do not eat beforehand. So many different tastings, and large portions. Great guide, very upbeat. Could not finish all the samples and was able to get baggies to bring them home. Went with my hubbie and daughter. My sister and her family went the following week and were equally impressed.
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I booked the Chocolate Indulgence...
Heather C
, Apr 2017
I booked the Chocolate Indulgence Walking Tour for a family get together Easter Weekend. We all love chocolate and enjoy walking, so the combination sounded like fun. We started off at Cupcake Royale, where our tour guide Kenna welcomed us with our first chocolate tasting of a wonderful dark chocolate cupcake. Kenna recommended twisting the bottom off the cupcake and sandwiching the frosting between the two halves. We all greatly enjoyed our cupcake sandwich, and it was the beginning of a very tasty tour. We also sampled chocolate/espresso ice cream at Cupcake Royale before moving next door to The Chocolate Box to learn about the history of chocolate, taste some stone ground chocolate by Taza, and sample some Swiss milk chocolate to compare the flavors and textures. We then headed toward Pike Place Market, stopped at the Dahlia Bakery to indulge in Tom Douglas' Famous Coconut Cream Pie with white chocolate. The Coconut Cream Pie was so rich and creamy, and the fresh coconut and custard filing were over the top. The next stop was the Confectional where we sampled the Sipping Chocolate - highly recommend this luscious drink for anyone needing a chocolate fix. Our guide gave us the option of adding some cayenne pepper to it, which I tried and loved. Spicy chocolate is the best! Then we moved into Pike Place Market to Indi Chocolate where the air is flavored with roasting cocoa beans - you can taste it in the air just standing in the shop. We tasted fresh roasted chocolate nibs and dark chocolate treats and tested the cocoa butter products. I purchased some soap and lotion - the mint cocoa butter lotion is wonderful! We ended the tour at Fran's Chocolates where we indulged in dark chocolate squares and the smoked salt chocolate covered caramels - so yummy! I highly recommend this tour for anyone looking for a fun, tasty, energetic and indulgent time in Seattle. Our tour guide Kenna was very knowledgeable, humorous, and accommodating to everyone's physical capabilities. Try it, and you will be richly rewarded with tasty, luscious, delicious chocolate!
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Emily was a great guide. We had...
Dione S
, Apr 2017
Emily was a great guide. We had sooo much chocolate and it was all so incredibly delicious! It's a good thing we walked so much, helped use up some of those calories!
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Took the chocolate tour with guide...
Ernesto H
, Jan 2017
Took the chocolate tour with guide Alyssa, who is an amazing tour guide. You will not be disappointed, I would definitely recommend. Next time I am in Seattle I will most certainly be taking another tour by this company. If you take the chocolate your, follow the instructions on the confirmation email and take a bottled water! :)
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