Boston Chocolate Walking Tour
Reviewed by: Womanizer, December 2015
Reviewed by: Karen W, Australia, July 2012
A very pleasant way to spend my Sunday afternoon, the tour guide was very friendly and informative, though I did discover that I'm not the chocaholic I thought I was - counldn't eat anymore chocolate by the end.
Reviewed by: Barbara, USA, October 2011
Fabulous tour - chocolate coma - fantastic facts learned about chocolate - and even a stop to find out about cocoa butter and its uses.
Tour guide was exceptional in her knowledge of chocolate. She made the walking tour interesting and exciting. She was full of enthusiasm and spirit.
Reviewed by: Ursula R, August 2011
We stopped at seven distinct places to sample chocolates, tour was better than expected. Tour guide joanne was really fun.
Reviewed by: Tehyma W, June 2015
The chocolate tour was a lot of fun! I definitely recommend it.
Reviewed by: Jonathan B, April 2011
it was a pleasant way to spend a Sunday afternoon in a smart area of city, together with a little walking to walk off some of the free samples. It is clear that a lot of thought had gone into the content, as there was a distinct difference in all the places visited. The guide was knowledgeable about chocolate as were most of the venues visited en route.
I won't spoil the surprise, but they defiinitely saved the best 'til last!
The group of 14 (12 women, 2 men including myself) was big enough but not too big. I bought the tour as a surprise for my girlfriend and she loved it!
Reviewed by: Cal, July 2012
I had thought that tour was about chocolate’s being made in small shops and there being a history to chocolate in the area. The tour and guide were good but I would have loved to have more of the history and why there was a chocolate tour in this area. There was only one stop that had that link, all other stops were just shops and restaurants that sold chocolates or chocolate desserts. It was a chocolate overload and we did enjoy consuming all of that chocolate.