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Mexicolate Cocoa & Chocolate Factory Mexicolate is a place where you will enjoy the magical flavors and ways of nurturing the soul with cacao. From a refreshing or warm cocoa based drink to delicious sweets and medicinal chocolates made specially...more
if you are a chocolate lover then you'll be paying a visit here every day. If you are not, you might become! Aqua fresco con cocoa is a refreshing treat and everything is normally priced. We got the choco peanut butter for home and had...More
We had the smoothie which was amazing with the crushed cocoa beans. The chocolate candies you can buy are good but beware that without sugar and dairy it is a different flavor. Plan on stopping to pick up beans to take home. Very friendly staff,...More
holy cow! So nice, wide but select variety of truffles, bars, brownies, and mousses. I also tried a cocoa bean for the first time and it is so different, like eating a chocolate coffee bean. I bought a bag and plan to crush some on...More
While visiting San Pancho we came upon a chocolatier shop, not what most would think of as a chocolate shop! This was pure cacao, made into candies, brownies, spreads, honey, powder, and more! We were greeted with a story of how they grow and process...More
We just happened to run into this little shop as we explored the charming town of San Pancho / San Francisco. We loved the town and were amazed by this quaint little shop with some incredible chocolate goodies.
While I cannot speak to the effectiveness...More
We got so lucky when we happened to find San Pancho and even more lucky when we found Mexicolate! Honestly the best part of the trip to Mexico, hands down. Lovely owners, AMAZING Mexican hot chocolate and other awesome products to take home! Wish we...More
Nice little gem in this one-road town. I like their roasted cacao beans (great gifts too). Their hot chocolate is a pass for me; not rich or thick enough. Just be sure you're on Mexican time and don't be disappointed if the place is closed....More