- 2-hour walking tour of Seattle including tastings
- Indulge your sweet tooth with tastings at some of Seattle's best confectioners and chocolate makers
- Enjoy sampling hand-made chocolates and indulgent cakes
- Try Tom Douglas' famous Triple Coconut Cream Pie and Chocolate Chunk Cookie
- Take a leisurely stroll along the streets of Seattle as you learn about the city's gourmet past and present
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What You Can Expect
Some of the delicious treats you may sample on the Chocolate Walking Tour of Seattle include (subject to change):
- Gourmet popcorn flavors with chocolate, nuts and cocoa nibs
- Decadent chocolate truffles and caramels
- Mini cupcakes and chocolate enrobed brownies
- White chocolate raspberry cheesecake
- Hand-crafted chocolate cocktail
- Chocolate truffle cookies
We really enjoyed this tour. All the chocolate was amazing. Each place we went was very hospitable. We learned new things, learned of new places. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and very personable. We would recommend this to anyone interested in learning a bit about Seattle.
I had lots of choices for my Saturday in Seattle (a co-worker lobbied hard for underground Seattle), but when I saw the word chocolate... Well who'd hike around a musty underground city when they could wander around in the sunshine eating chocolate? I had a great time. Downtown Seattle is so easily navigable that I had no trouble meeting up with the group. The the group was just the right size to keep organized and moving. The vendors who met with us were informative and professional. Their businesses were obviously well maintained. Their products were amazing. When I revisited several of the shops after the tour, everyone I spoke to was friendly and helpful. (Thanks for the tour map!). You might want to consider arming your guides with tasers. Those Pike Place tourists got mightly testy when we denied them our cheesecake and huddled up around our girl to protect her. Okay, we were protecting our cheesecake, but still... She, however handled the whole thing with aplomb and a smile. And speaking of our guide, Katie? I think, sorry, terrible about names was a lot of fun and full of information.