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Maui Chocolate Tour

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17 Manawai Pl, Haiku, Maui, HI 96708
+1 808-557-5358
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Very interesting and informative sharing about chocolate. It was easy to walk through the planted... read more

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Reviewed 2 days ago
grammichar
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Kihei, Hawaii
A chocolate tour in the road to Hana

This is a small farm with young trees, so they don’t have cocoa beans of their own yet. They give a... read more

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Reviewed 5 days ago
Robyn M
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Canton, Ohio
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Manawai Estate Chocolate is a cacao and tropical fruit farm on Maui's north shore along the famed Road to Hana. 2 tours are offered- 1 hr Cacao 101 and 3 hr Food of the Gods. Learn about how cacao is grown harvested, fermented and made into chocolate and hands on stone grinding bean on longer tours. Both include a guided chocolate tasting of world and Hawaii grown cacao.
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17 Manawai Pl, Haiku, Maui, HI 96708
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17 Manawai Pl, Haiku, Maui, HI 96708
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very interesting and informative sharing about chocolate. It was easy to walk through the planted areas of the farm. Large photos were used during the presentation that were helpful. Maybe most helpful was group participation in recreating the steps for bringing chocolate to an edible/cooking...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a small farm with young trees, so they don’t have cocoa beans of their own yet. They give a very interesting demonstration of processing beans into edible chocolate, though, and the variety of samples in the tasting is delightful.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We signed up for the Maui Chocolate Tour and did it as our first activity during our trip to Maui. It was a small group and the tour leader was super nice and knowledgeable. She pointed out all the different trees on the grounds and...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This was an outrageous price for what it was. There is currently not one healthy cacao plant on the “farm,” and the chocolate education was rudimentary and a bit scattered. While Anne was super kind, it would not be fair or right NOT to warn...More

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1  Thank oley66
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife is really the chocolate fanatic - to me it is just OK - so we did this tour for her, but I had an amazing time just learning about chocolate. We cut up chocolate pods, learned about fermenting, roasting, grinding - all the...More

2  Thank psoletsky
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What can go wrong on a chocolate tour (well first you should like chocolate)?? This tour was very informative along with being hands on. Excellent way to taste chocolate from around the world and to find out some of the history behind how it is...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The tour was very educational and was a joyful experience. Tasting difficult chocolate from other places was a Experience that was tastefully delightful and Thank You

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Reviewed 3 December 2017

Before you even get to the Maui Chocolate Tour site you navigate about 1 1/2 miles of very narrow and winding roads. When you make your reservation detailed navigation instructions are sent with your confirmation. They advise printing these instruction. We used an iPad instead...More

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2  Thank egharris65
Reviewed 29 November 2017

The tour guide was nice but I think it is bit overpriced. I expected to see a cacao farm that actually produces something, but there were few small dying cacao trees and the only sample cacao fruit was brought from neighbor farm. The chocolate making...More

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1  Thank April Hyeryung K
Reviewed 27 November 2017

My husband and I enjoyed this tour. The lady doing the tour was terrific. We learned so much about Cacao and how it grows and how it becomes chocolate. And we tasted chocolate from around the world and from Hawaii. Would recomend this tour to...More

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oneyearoff
13 April 2016|
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Response from MauiChocolate | Property representative |
Sorry for the confusion. 2 years ago our trees were destroyed by a storm and we moved/replanted them to a new field, close to the original, but more protected. We go by the name MauiChocolate Tour and have tours Thursdays... More
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GoBeavs09
17 October 2015|
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Response from MauiChocolate | Property representative |
The actual farm site is closed due to a series of windstorms in Feb that killed most of the trees. We still operate the same chocolate workshop we did on the farm at the Enchanting Floral Gardens in Kula. See Maui Chocolate... More
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