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Chocolate Tasting Experience in Brussels

Chocolate lovers, rejoice! This tour emphasizes in tasting every kind of chocolate. From white chocolate to dark chocolate and milk chocolate to cocoa butter, we had it all.

I can't remember the last time I had so many chocolates at once. But it was worth it every bite.


Richness and quality is what Belgian chocolate is all about. Did you know that Belgium is the pralines' birthplace? Delicious. If you're a chocolate lover like myself, you've come to the right place.

The first part of the tour was about the praline's history and how the chocolates are made. From the cocoa bean to the shipping method throughout the world. Very interesting!

The second part of the tour was very fun! We learned how to make Belgian chocolate from scratch. The workshop was very entertaining and the teacher let us get creative with our chocolates.

It was a very relaxing experience (even though I felt tempted to eat them most of the time)

And now the best part: visiting every chocolate shop in Brussels. We tried so many good chocolates from Brussel's finest chocolate shops. What's not to love?

WE. ATE. SO. MUCH. CHOCOLATE. - but it was great! At the end of the tour, we received the chocolates we made in the workshops to enjoy at home.

If you would like to book this tour, click here to learn more.Ā 

About The Author

Mariella Molestina Noboa

The art of saying "Yes!" can take you far away. Many people pass on opportunities for many reasons, one of them being fear. Through my life I've encounter many people that forget to live the present for something that might not even happen in the future. If you are constantly waiting for the right time to finally do something, like fulfill your life dream, you are going to spend most of your life waiting.

My name is Mariella and I created this blog as a source of inspiration for others to believe they can live the life they always pictured. The secret? Believe you can and take action. The world awaits!

9 Comments

  1. Wow! What a mouth watering tour!! I wish to visit Brussels some day. I have heard it’s an amazing place. My main reason of visiting would definitely be chocolate. I have a very sweet teeth. I would probably book a tour with you soon šŸ™‚

  2. Your post is full of calories … just joking. Chocolate tasting would be the most yummy thing to do and that to Belgian chocolate… WOW! I loved how you dipped biscuit and tasting it. Pralines are my favorite even in ice-creams too and good to know that Belgium is its birthplace. I would also like to attend this kind of workshop in Belgium.

  3. Yum, yum, yum! I am loving tours based around food lately, and one based around Belgian chocolate sounds incredible. Looks like you had a ton of fun, as well! I would be soooo full afterwards lol.

  4. Firstly, you are so cute! You seem to be wearing the perfect outfit for the chocolate tour. šŸ™‚ Had I been in your place I would have also enjoyed this thoroughly. I would love to learn someday how to make those super tasty and super popular belgian chocolates!

  5. I have been to wine tasting tours but never on chocolate tasting. Though I am not a big fan of chocolates, but once in a while I do enjoy trying the new ones. I like milk chocolate the least and dark chocolate the most. Glad they had all the range.

  6. What an amazing idea for a short class! You must be an expert on all things chocolate now – the history, making it, etc.! Iā€™d definitely find it hard to resist eating the chocolate while making it too!

  7. Wow I would love to treat myself with such a tasting delight. Do they teach to make Belgian Chocolate, that’s incredible in every manner. Well, this was another informative post for me too as I wan’t aware that Pralines bore the birthmark from Belgium. Loved every bit of your post šŸ™‚

  8. I had no idea where pralines came from! This sounds like the most delicious for ever. And you got to make your own chocolates?! Sign me up.

  9. Abigail Sinsona says

    Oh my gosh, I am a sucker for all things chocolate. I have a major sweet tooth so a chocolate tasting experience is a must for me. I also love Belgian chocolate so this would be a must in my bucket list, if I make it to Brussels!

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