This really is a worthwhile visit to see the process from picking to drying the beans - you can't see the actual chocolate being made due to hygeine etc - but our guide Kelly made it really interesting and informative and we got try try fresh cocoa beans and mangos before seeing the bean drying process etc. We were too late for lunch there but that is obviously a popular lunch stop - but we did buy some chocolate to bring home. You pay a small fee to the guide but it's just a couple of dollars from memory. A true Grenada experience.
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