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All reviews fair trade worth a visit great place to visit afternoon tea hepburn springs chilli hot choc straw bale viewing window the salted caramel tart nougat yummy daylesford milk handmade shake filling
We just happened to be camping in Mt Franklin and, having seen that there was a chocolate factory, we decided to check it out after a bushwalk. Honestly, we had no expectations; so it was a pleasant surprise when we found out that the Mill...More
We were excited to visit the chocolate mill after reading about it so much online but unfortunately was disappointing on arrival.
Plenty of off street parking available which is a positive.
The grounds of the property is beautiful set in bush land just outside of...More
Incredible handmade Belgian chocolates and nougat to choose from. Some with alcohol some not. Try to choose your favourite pretty hard as they are all amazing. Cafe for real hot chocolate to die for. Mainly heard hmmmmm
Everytime I visit Daylesford I drop by the mill to pick up great tasting chocolate. This is a small business with a great little cafe that serves one of the best hot chocolates. There are tables outside where you can find sun in spring &...More
We decided to stop in after our visit to Castlemaine...i mean who wouldn't if you love chocolate?! Being able to view how chocolate is made was Cool, selection wad good. No free tastings, and my mocha was milky n average tasting. If you're in the...More
Sorry to say I have been coming here since it opened always high quality service and chocolate
Stopped in to get a take away hot chocolate staff were slow rude and really couldn't be bothered, when I get home my drink was half full with...More
There’s a small shop selling individual chocolates and pre-packaged stuff, all very tasty as you would expect. There’s a window where you can see in to where the chocolatiers are out the back doing their thing as well. Also a small cafe where we sat...More