Bought Easter eggs for the whole family. Fabulous quality from a family firm.
If you have never had Haighs do yourself a FAVOUR and get in there and try it! Simply sensational chocolate using the finest ingredients. Just take note of how many customers are getting the alfoil packs to take back to wherever they live! The best.....
I now live in South Australia so going to the shop in Parkside was not new to me,always loved the smell from the shop and their two stores in the CBD.I always go there both Easter and Christmas to buy the grandkids items,and I must say they are always full,Easter time some times out the door:-) Never been on the... More
We saw a Haigh's Chocolate store in Rundle Mall and tried a sample. We decided to take a Tram that took us close to the Haigh's Choclate factory. We walked a couple blocks and took a tour of the factory. You need advance reservations. The tour is not very long but interesting. The tour starts off with samples of their... More
Was a little dissapointed in the size of Haigh's chocolate shop in Adelaide. I dont know but I imagined a shop on a lot grander scale. I think we were in and out in about 5 minutes, the Haigh's shop in Melbourne seemed alot bigger. However there chocolate is still world class and I will continue to purchase there delicious... More
How can you come to Adelaide and not buy Haigh's chocolate? I highly recommend picking up some champagne truffles. De-lish! You usually get offered some free chocolate after you buy something too.
I've read some of the other reviews of Haigh's. For a free tour (including free samples) I think it is worth doing. You will get an understanding of the history of the company, and see how the chocolates are made -- a very manual process! I took the whole family (including 11yo and 8yo) and they found it interesting. The... More
...and I have eaten chocolate from all over the world! I live in Adelaide and am a regular customer of Haighs. I have not been on the factory tour, and yes Haigh's is more expensive than the supermarket lines, but that is because it is worth the money! If you do visit Adelaide and you like your chocolate, do not... More
Don't bother with the factory tour. I was dragged there by my excited, Haighs-loving girlfriend. My apprehension was well-founded. The 'tour' comprised a woman telling us some basic facts about the company and the chocolate making process, then looking through a window at some machines and white-robed humans. And that was it. We both wished we'd stayed in bed instead.
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