Eat Chocolate. See Boston.
Eat Chocolate. See Boston.
Eat Chocolate. See Boston.
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Hey all you gift-givers and holiday shoppers!

Looking for the perfect gift idea for that special chocoholic in your life? Send one of our very special Golden Ticket gift certificates, good for one or two people to attend one of our public Boston chocolate tours. These are great gifts for those folks who prefer experiences over stuff, but still appreciate having a little something to unwrap! Last-minute shoppers may want to send someone one of our e-gift cards. These digital gift cards are sent instantly via email and can be ordered in full or partial tour cost amounts. Want to go all out for that really special chocoholic someone? Contact our box office about putting together a special private chocolate and wine pairing experience at home or other location of your choosing. You can even add on a special custom chocolate gift basket that can be delivered anywhere within 10 miles of Boston. We appreciate you supporting our small, local business, and we’re delighted to bring a little sweet fun your way. We’re ready to help you with all of your holiday gift-giving needs!
Purchase your Golden Ticket Gift Certificates here. Purchase your Digital Gift Cards Request a special, customized Chocoholic Gift Experience

Be a Chocolate Secret Santa!

CHOCOHOLIC FRIENDS! Sign up now to be part of this year’s Cocoa Beantown Secret Santa! The program is FREE to join and allows you the chance to discover some new chocolate to enjoy! Simply fill out the form by December 19th, and we’ll match you up with another Cocoa Beantown chocoholic participant. You’ll each receive each other’s info, and you’ll have until January 6th (Little Christmas) to mail each other your chocolate selections! Spending limit is capped at $25 (not including shipping), and folks can choose whether they want to keep their names anonymous or not. This is great chance to expand your chocolate horizons and potentially even make a new chocolate friend! Happy holidays folks!


Welcome to Cocoa Beantown

Calling all chocoholics and the sweet-toothed among us! If you’re looking for an amazing Boston chocolate tour, you’ve come to the right place! Join in the fun at Cocoa Beantown—Boston’s sweetest chocolate tour and event company—and enjoy a variety of chocolate-y offerings, including neighborhood tours of Boston, tasting parties and classes, corporate team building events, and other educational events and presentations. All lead by a guide with close to a decade’s worth of experience and extensive knowledge of both Boston and chocolate. All public and private events available throughout the year.

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Tours

Gather all your best chocolate pals and tour some of Boston’s most beautiful neighborhoods, enjoying sweet treats every step of the way.

Tastings

Whether in your home, office, or other location of your choosing, chocolate tastings are a great way to learn about what makes this food so magical.

Classes

The breath and scope of the chocolate world is vast. Offering insight into local food cultures, chocolate is a tremendous portal into issues related to geography, history, politics, and environmental science.

Private Offerings

All programs are available for private parties, showers, birthdays, office and professional gatherings, and corporate activities. Chocolate is a great reason to get everybody together!


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