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Great tour- all of the items were delicious. Our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. She was very good in answering all of the questions that my 9 year old had. I would recommend this tour to others.
Our guide had a great personality and the samples were delish!
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour - great variety of tastings, very educational without being dry and Kylie was a joy to tour with!
Our two guides were very informed and we had a great sampling of our favorite food and fruit - chocolate. I would recommend this as a must-see tour for finding places to enjoy learning more as well as purchasing wonderful chocolate confections.
Tour Guide was great very knowledgeable. Indi Chocolate was the best.
Great guide and she was fantastic
Lots of great chocolate and information on all kinds of chocolate
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.
Amy was great, as was the tour. Was a great way to find a few places that we would not otherwise have known about.
Really fun and we actually learned alot - and I finally found out how much chocolate it took for me to overdose!!
This was an excellent tour. The chocolate was so good and a varity to try. Cakes, cookies, brownies, ice cream, candy, popcorn, and drinks. Fun two hours!!
Awesome tour. Your tour guide was excellent. Give her a raise! The chocolate was out of this world! I would consider offering a longer tour that included a trip to a chocolate factory and lunch. Also, it would be nice to give the discount card at the beginning of the tour so we could buy chocolate along the way.
Very cool. Learned a lot and ate so much chocolate I thought I would explode. I didn't know they served Seattle chocolates at the white house!
Really enjoyed ourselves. Our guide Brett was great. Sampling was fantastic.
Great tour! The guide was informative and entertaining, would recommend friends take this tour.
the tour was even more and better than we'd anticipated. our guide, nick, was knowledgeable and interesting and engaging. most of all the variety and quality of chocolate forms and flavors was great. at the end of the tour,, we were all too full for more chocolate - a first!
Wish it were scheduled for later in the day 11am is too early for that much chocolate!. Also, like with Pike Place tour please suggest people bring water bottle and eat light meal in advance.
The tour was very much fun. I enjoyed the walk with the crowd listening to the history of chocolate. All the sampels were very delicious I am sure. I took a few and the rest went to the garbage because I couldn't eat any more chocolate. It would have been great if I had something to carry my samples home and enjoy them one at a time.
I was disappointed that I didn't get to see how the chocolate is made, or didn't make any myself.
In my openion, just walking around and sampling chacolate ( which I threw 90% of the samples in the trash), was not worth the price.
Thanks for asking for my opinion.
I was actually expecting to hear more about how the products were made than how the chocolate was obtained.