Budapest downtown chocolate tour
Spend a few times in the world of chocolate and you will understand „why the chocolate is the drug of childhood and the rock and roll.” (Steve Almond)
Divine chocolate aroma, good company, best kept secrets, savors out of the world, lively streets, unheard life stories, this is what is waiting for you if you join one of the programs of „Tour de Zsokolat“. If you want to learn where the exquisite chocolate stores can be found in Budapest, know more about the culture of chocolate or meet the manufacturer and hear firsthand about their secrets, discover how the cocoa beans become chocolate come and join us.
During the tour we visit family owned manufactures and shops that will be open only for us and they will let us taste rarities that you cannot find elsewhere like the Venezuelan hot chocolate made with water or the „Grate Taste” that won a silver medal on the Academy of Chocolate. On the top of it if you feel like to try yourself you can make your own chocolate there. You can benefit from special reductions of products you can buy during the tour. At the end if you still want to learn more about this wonderful world I will inform you on upcoming chocolate courses.
Tour description and location:
3 hours program.
Meeting point: Chocoroom
Address: 17 Szerb Street, 5th district
You will learn how to taste properly chocolate, what kind of row material is used for and how it is processed to make it. The rules of classification and tasting, latest news and trends. What to look for when we choose a chocolate. What makes the best chocolate of the world? Everything you need to know in 30 minutes.
Chocolate tasting at Cadeau
And after that we walk to the small shop of Cadeau, where we taste a range of selected chocolate pralines, truffles and bonbons from the longest chocolate counter of the city.
The nearly 80 types of bonbons made with Hungarian expertise from Belgian ingredients are the result of long years of experimenting. Here you will surely find something for your taste, as tastes range from the modern French and Belgian style to the Hungarian tastes.
After this the gastro-cultural walk continues and we walk to the shop of the best chocolate manufacturer of Hungary: to the Rózsavölgyi chocolate shop.
Rózsavölgyi Manufacture got several acclaims from international experts. They were the first Hungarian chocolatier to win a silver medal in 2009 at the Academy of Chocolate. How was it possible? You will learn this after having tasted their bonbons and tablets made out of their own chocolate paste.
8800 HUF/ person including the tasting and a 10% discount in case of purchase, a tour package and the tour guide.
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