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Malmoe Chocolate Factory's own shop in our former chocolate factory (which also happens to be the old Mazetti chocolate factory). Here is also a café and a chocolate museum that tells how chocolate is made in general and our own in particular. Quite...more
We were expecting something else. There are only two rooms to see and a lot of historical facts about cocoa, chocolate and the factory. The staff and the guide were super friendly, but it lasted for an hour and 15 minutes where we just listened...More
We attended a tour in English. We arrived early, had a (fabulous) coffee and some mini chocolates to get in the mood. The tour was fascinating - very busy so be sure to book - lots of opportunities to taste different varieties of chocolate. Lasts...More
On a rainy day we were looking for an activity inside and we read about the chocolate factory. We went there and the museum was nice but not really special, but the shop was very nice. The hostess was very nice and knew exactly what...More
We didn't get to see the museum because of the heatwave (they DO NOT have A/C up there) that hit Sweden this summer, but we had a nice chocolate tasting and we bought some for home as well. The quality of the products themselves is...More
We had a visitor from Canada and wanted to check out this attraction too
Our guide gave a great tour, explaining the history of the factory, chocolate manufacturing and where cocoa beans come from
Best of all you got to sample their delicious wares and...More
The remarkable courteous host and her assistant left us speechless with their kindness and professionalism
Historically, it has a special unique identity which you can feel, sense and even taste
The three story building is easy to go around and our host made it an...More
My friend and I were leaving on a Baltic cruise from the port in Malmo and I needed to find something for us to do for a few hours. What would be better than a chocolate history tour and tasting?!! We spent a delight couple...More
Date of experience: September 2016
1 Thank Susinde
I8610FFjens, Chef at Malmo Chokladfabrik, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2018
Susinde, thanks a lot for your great review, we're happy you had such a good time!
I was walking past and decided to stop in and get some chocolate for lunch. There is a little cafe with a good selection of chocolates for sale.
Most of them tend to be dark chocolate for you chocolate purists but they also have some...More