Not perfect for tiny children but our 6 year old was kept entranced by the machinery and the chocolate...
About Agapey Chocolate Factory
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Agapey Chocolate Factory is a real gem and is essential for all chocolate lovers in Barbados! It was easy to book online, although tours are not run every day, and easy to get to the factory which is in the centre of Bridgetown. The tour...More
A group of five of us came into the chocolate factory yesterday to try to do a tour. We were unable to schedule ahead of time, via their website, because it did not allow us to it the night prior. I read a few of...More
We are sorry you were not able to take our chocolate tour as desired due to a misunderstanding/miscommunication. We did not receive any email, phone message or inquiry form from you. We did have a tour schedule but was cancelled because the guests on the...More
This tour was definitely an unexpected surprise. We actually arrived for our tour the day after it was scheduled due to a mix up in our plans but the owner was so kind, he accomodated us anyway. We did this tour with our two small...More
This tour was the best surprise of our trip to Barbados. Derrick puts on a fascinating tour of the factory, and goes into great detail about how the chocolates are made. If you like science and machines, he'll explain the science that goes into every...More
I'm so glad I stumbled upon this chocolate tour before we left for our Caribbean vacation - it isn't necessarily what you think of doing in the Caribbean, but it was seriously one of the cooler things we did all trip. We actually ended up...More
Great tour of small chocolate factory. You learn how chocolate is made through each step, getting to taste ingredients along the way, and then the finished product. The owner gave us the tour. Very interesting story on how this Canadian came to Barbados to start...More
Don't miss this very informative, interesting, and tasty tour of an independently owned chocolate factory by an innovative entrepreneur owner. Experience the steps involved in making 7 types of chocolate from bean to finished product.
Walking into this unassuming chocolate factory, I wasn't quite sure I would enjoy the tour. It turned out to be a lot of fun and educational. The factory itself was very sanitary and the chocolate was delicious. Our group had a lot of fun learning...More