Chocolate Walking Tours of London and Brighton

Enjoy a fun few hours tasting chocolate on a chocolate walking tour. Whether you’re visiting London or Brighton, Chocolate Ecstasy Tours have come up with creative and very delicious ways to discover, learn about and taste fine quality chocolate.

Taste fine chocolate like this on a chocolate walking tour of London

Established in 2005, the guides at Chocolate Ecstasy Tours really know their chocolate. Tours cater for serious chocoholics but also for those for whom chocolate is just an occasional fancy. So put your map away, switch your phone off and allow yourself to be guided to some of Britain’s finest chocolatiers and chocolate shops. All you have to do is walk, listen and taste.

The Foodie Travel Guide

  • Chocolate Tours in London or Brighton
  • Walk and taste
  • Choose from different chocolate experiences

London Chocolate Tour

Mayfair Chocolate Tasting Tour

Share Their Passion For Fine Chocolate

Jennifer Earle, the company founder, is a passionate member of the fine chocolate community. We heard her speak at The Chocolate Show in London where she gave a talk about the ‘Bean to Bar’ journey. She has designed their chocolate walking tours so that you’ll be tasting only the best quality chocolate not the mass-produced confectionery bars that are so laden with sugar.

Have a Chocolate Tasting Mystery Tour

You’ll hear fascinating stories and anecdotes along the way and you’re guaranteed to finish each tour completely full of chocolate. The stops on the tour (there are usually 4), aren’t revealed in advance but they do provide you with a flavour of each one to help you make the best choice.

 

Jennifer Earle Founder Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

Jennifer Earle Photo: Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

Hot chocolate drink

Hot Chocolate Drink Photo: Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

Take A Chocolate Walking Tour of London

If you’re in London, you have several chocolate experiences to choose from. Milk chocolate lovers may like to opt for ‘The Mayfair Chocolate Tour’ whereas, if you’re partial to dark chocolate, you may prefer ‘The Chelsea Chocolate Tour’. Coffee lovers can satisfy their love of both beans by signing up for ‘The Chocolate & Coffee Tour of Notting Hill’.

Go on a Brighton Chocolate Tour

In Brighton, which is an easy day trip from London by train, they offer a more varied tour designed to help you discover sweet treats in this vibrant and arty seaside resort on the south coast. You’ll taste a hot chocolate, gelato, chocolate cake, truffles, bars and a delicious macaroon.


TIPS

  • Let them know in advance if you have any allergies or strong dislikes so they can provide alternatives
  • As the tours are walking tours, wear comfortable shoes. The distance covered is never more than 1.5 miles (2 km)
  • The tours are aimed at adults but children are welcome if they are accompanied
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WHERE TO STAY IN LONDON

The Bingham Hotel Richmond Upon Thames London

The Bingham

Richmond, London

A 15-minute walk from Richmond Tube Station,the Bingham features luxurious rooms, some overlooking the River Thames.

Rooms from £92 a night.

The Zetter Hotel Clerkenwell London

The Hotel Zetter

Clerkenwell, London,

The Zetter Hotel is a quirky, award-winning boutique hotel located in fashionable Clerkenwell, London.

Rooms from £135 a night.

Artist Residence Pimlico London

Artist Residence

Pimlico, London

This stylish property close to Victoria Station offering individually designed rooms and an all-day restaurant.

Rooms from £175 a night.


DOGS

Dog friendly days out in Britain

Please check with Chocolate Ecstasy Tours directly

Mr Hendricks


HOW TO FIND CHOCOLATE ECSTASY TOURS

Please note that each chocolate walking tour of London has a different meeting point so check your tour confirmation details.