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At Taza,our mission is to make and share stone ground chocolate that is seriously good and fair for all. Why stone ground? Because bolder is better! We grind cacao beans using hand-carved millstones. The result? Stone Ground Chocolate with bold...more
The tour guide was outstanding! She had a wonderful presentation and a wealth of knowledge. It was fun tasting a wide variety of chocolate. If you have a nut allergy, you’ll have to live vicariously through the tasters and sit back and enjoy the wonderful...More
Interesting tour though most of it is in a room with a speaker and props. You don’t enter the factory but get to look inside to see the layout. They were not making chocolate when I was there but that would have been nice. The...More
Let me start by saying that my husband and I did the tour several times over the past few years (I believe we missed last year) We would go on Valentines for something fun to do. We live about an hour away so we would...More
As soon as we got out of the car, the chocolate smell hit me!! We took the tour at Noon on a Thursday in June. There were only 6 if us on the tour so it was very intimate and enjoyable. I be been a...More
This tour is worth it! The enthusiasm of the guides was contagious and the story of the factory was fun to hear. The unlimited tasting was a treat. We hadn't expected to buy all that much, but wound up buying several small boxes of chocolate....More
Really enjoyed my tour today. Our tour guide was really energetic and knowledgeable about the process and history of the company. Loved the anecdote about how what would otherwise be considered "waste" parts of chocolate production (the outer shells) are given or sold to other...More
This was a 1- hour tour of the chocolate factory. Lots of tasting - really, lots of chocolate to taste. Though we didn't actually see any chocolate being made, the guide on our tour was really interesting and did a great job of selling their...More
Three generations of our family celebrated part of Mother’s Day with a tour and shopping spree at Taza Chocolate and it was great fun! None of the processing was going on a Sunday so probably a weekday would have been more interesting but hearing about...More
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None of their chocolate has dairy. Some of the chocolate has nuts, but not all of it. There are plenty of samples that should be fine for your children. I'm sure the tour guide and shop staff could tell you which ones to... More
None of their chocolate has dairy. Some of the chocolate has nuts, but not all of it. There are plenty of samples that should be fine for your children. I'm sure the tour guide and shop staff could tell you which ones to avoid.