Admission for One or Four to Hands-On Chocolate Factory Group Tour at Schakolad Chocolate Factory (Up to 51% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Explore the inner workings of the factory, learn the history of chocolate, and nibble cocoa-laced treats during this sample-rich tour

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 12th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Not valid until 2/15/13. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Each experiential tour must have minimum of 10 people, 15 people max, dates offered may change accordingly. Not redeemable for merchandise. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like crayons, chocolate comes in many varieties and tastes better when unwrapped before consuming. Taste a spectrum of sweetness with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $13 for hands-on chocolate factory tour for one ($25 value)
  • $49 for hands-on chocolate factory tour for four ($100 value)

Enveloped by the sweet aroma of cocoa from the moment they enter, guests embark on a mission into the heart of dessert during this interactive factory tour. After viewing an optional video on the history of chocolate, they make their way through the facility. Samples of many delectable treats dot their path, inviting guests to plunge dippables into a tiered chocolate fountain or taste various chocolates from select regions of the world. Visitors also try their hand at chocolate work, decorating a chocolate bar or coating candies in chocolate by dipping them in some of the factory’s machines. Since chocolate-making is thirsty work, the staff supplies freshly-made hot chocolate along the tour. Groupon purchases also receive a 10% discount off 70 individually crafted chocolate selections the evening of the tour in the retail shop.

Schakolad Chocolate Factory

Baruch Schaked first took up the mantle of chocolatier in 1969, helping in his father-in-law’s South American chocolate factory. During this stint, his sweet tooth and passion blossomed, leading him to tour the world in search of chocolate-making secrets. He traveled throughout Europe, competed in the Fontainebleau Chocolate Festival, and eventually started his own business—Schakolad Chocolate Factory—in South Florida. When Baruch announced his retirement, the factory passed to the hands of his son, who continued to make his father’s renowned chocolate treats. Now owned by the third generation of Schakeds, the factory store continues to churn out truffles, fountains, and candy bars from locations across the country.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances
Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards