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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
We popped in for afternoon tea. The free chocolate didn't satisfy our craving so more was purchased then a hot drink and dessert. It wasn't cheap but was a lovely outing.You'd probably only need to visit once.
A great place to visit if you are in the area and like chocolate.
The staff are very friendly, you can learn about making chocolate, see it being made, have a coffee at the cafe and buy as much chocolate as you like.
If you want to buy chocolate, go to coles in Daylesford. It will be cheaper and you can touch the stuff without feeling like the Chocolate Gestapo will put you in the hole. Speaking of holes, they need to resurface their driveway and carpark, I...More
We visited on a Sunday, prices are extremely high which might be exceptable for premium chocolate but as no samples were provided we weren’t going to take the risk. We did decide to risk a hot chocolate however. One of us ordered the chilli chocolate...More
What an amazing place to visit!
As we entered we were instantly hit with the sweet smell of chocolate, one we both absolutely love. Quick browse before being given a run down of the place, where and how chocolate was bought in as well as...More