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Great chocolate experience

This was really a great experience. I thought I knew already a lot about chocolate. Think again... read more

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Peter Paul S
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Great Experience

Adrian is a super nice guy who is doing the class really funny and interesting. We learned a lot in... read more

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Reviewed 5 days ago
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The classes run for 2.5 hours and include: - Explanation of the bean to bar chocolate making process and history of cacao - Roasting and husking your own cacao beans - Making your own cacao paste in the traditional Mexican style with a granite stone...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Calle Santa Catalina 204, Arequipa, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was really a great experience. I thought I knew already a lot about chocolate. Think again! You go through the whole process of chocolate making, both in theorie and in practice. Staff is very knowledgeable, friendly and speak fluent English! I loved it! Highly...More

Thank Peter Paul S
Reviewed 5 days ago

Adrian is a super nice guy who is doing the class really funny and interesting. We learned a lot in the few hours we’ve been there. It was a small group of people (5), we started in the upper floor with informations about chocolate and...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Adrian did a wonderful job in our workshop. From beginning to end he was enthusiastic, attentive and very informative. We thought we new a lot about chocolate before this class, but we were wrong! From the cacao pod breakdown process to the blind taste test...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Me and two friends thoroughly enjoyed this workshop, it was a perfect afternoon activity in Arequipa. The we learnt about e and history of chocolate as well as the process of bean to bar, taking away 12 chocolates that we had each made. Adrian is...More

Thank AmyBen57
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our instructor was so enthusiastic and really knew his stuff. We had a great time learning about chocolate from the fruit stage to the final packaging stage. You really get your hands on each step of the process, and it is definitely worth the price...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our best chocolate experience. We've learned a lot about the chocolate history, the chocolate making and how to recognize the good chocolate from the bad one thanks to our teacher, the chocolate expert Adrian Bedregal who guided us during the workshop. He is so passionate...More

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Thank Christophe D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We randomly found Chaqchao while walking around town and saw some of their great products and then were intrigued by the course. We had wanted to do a course for a while so booked it in.We mentioned at the start of the course that we...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were a group of 6 french people, and had a great time at this workshop with Adrian. Very interesting, you participate every step of the way, he makes it captivating and you get to taste your own chocolate and get home with it. What...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very interesting class on all aspects of chocolate (history, how it is made and how to distinguish real chocolate from 'fake' chocolate). Adrian is obviously passionate about the stuff! Makes an excellent change from trooping round the sights and you walk away with your own...More

Thank SIMON C
Reviewed 17 August 2018

We loved the chocolate making class by Adrian, a real specialist ! He was fun, didactic and dynamic and spoke veeeery good English. We discovered the process of chocolate making, selected our cacao beans, drank cocoa tea, made our own "xocoatl" beverage, watched Adrian "cristallyse"...More

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CMHfromOhio
24 May 2017|
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Response from Miriam B | Reviewed this property |
The first person to book into each session decides the language so it is best to book in advance (a day or 2) to have the choice. There is a maximum 7-8 people per class.
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