It's a smaller factory but still pretty cool. You learn a lot about what goes into producing chocolate. Not too many questions answered though, so have Google handy. Mmmm'kay??
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The inside was very different from the way the outside looked. Almost like a elegant chocolate selling, book reading, lounge. It was really clean and organized. The ice cream was good and the mocha frappe chino was real good. There was only one worker but...More
There were lots of different tour times available today. We were originally booked (called ahead) for the 1:30, but since we arrived early, we switched to the 1:00. We are so thankful that we did! Our guide was Joe, and he was fantastic! His knowledge...More
For some reason I have always gotten my fudge fix at Whetstone when I get St. Augustine. Just a couple of hours from where I live and go to the beach over the last 20 years. It is really very creamy and rich. Try it...More
This tour only cost $8 and for the samples they give during the visit it was well worth it. Joe was our guide and made the tour personable and so much fun.
This was our second tour of the Whetstone Chocolate store. The tour has changed a bit as they now only take you to one side of the factory. At the beginning of the tour they tell you about the family who started Whetstone and the...More
I've been on this tour before and this was like all bee information bc Joe was our guide and he made the tour so fun and enjoyable! Seriously we were laughing so hard and he was a delight. He was very informative but still was...More
We took the chocolate tour for the third time on our annual St. Augustine trip, and it didn't disappoint! The guides are always entertaining, and the chocolate tasting is delicious! However, our family favorite is always getting the gelato. They have many flavors to choose...More
It's hot outside. Duck inside Whetstone and take the tour. We're usually in StA during the Nights of Lights with our son and haven't taken the tour, but my husband and I took a quick trip by ourselves this summer and decided to take the...More