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When your friends or family members hear you are going to Franschhoek they say bring chocolates.
It was a busy Saturday morning and there were a few people outside buying, I think, dipped marshmallows.
I was on a mission to buy my own wine filled...More
Coming from Switzerland, we know a bit about chocolate, so we decided to check it. They dont make chocolate in Franshoek, they simply import from Belgium, mix and mould it.
But you should go for the demo.
Jermaine is a real showman, funny, dynamic, you...More
We called in to this shop and bought two slabs of chocolate. These were very thick and we needed an implement to break the chocolate. One was plain and the other was milk. We did not think that it was the best fine chocolate that...More
My son took me for a drive to FranschHoek to choose my own Chocolates.
He remarked why all the ones with wine - those are my favourites. Whilst you choose - the chocolates are packed into the bag. When you eventually get to them, you...More
This is a beautiful shop selling quality chocolates you can buy gift boxes or individual chocolates. The taste of each chocolate is true to its name and flavour. If you love good quality chocolates this is a must visit.
The chocolate making presentation was really fun and informative (including kids ages 16, 15 and 10x 2 years) all loved it and we got to sample delicious chocolate!
A lovely selection of chocolates in the store and great for gifts and for keeping those energy...More
For us, a fabulous chocolate must have a flavour you can taste. We found these to be true to their name and no one element overwhelming. We are going back tomorrow to buy a selection for friends and family; and more for us too!
Very basic information about chocolate making. The tasting is not special at all; dark, milk and white chocolate. Small
Pcs of chocolate and everybody has to pick it with their hands from the same bowl, not hygienic at all. It is not expensive but not...More
This half hour your takes you through the basics of chocolate and essentially shows you how they make the chocolates sold in the shop. A choc lovers dream.
Jermaine, who hosted us, was funny and bubbly and answered all the questions we had. He brought...More