Good Friday for chocolate tasting

March 29, 2012 by  

On Friday, April 6, Dallas celebrates Good Friday with a chocolate tasting tour, one of many sweet tours through Dallas by Chocolate.

The $25 ticket for the tour includes a visit to four artisan chocolate and savory shops, where guests will learn about each venue, taste as many samples as they like, and have a chance to do some shopping. Transportation by private bus and wine (or water for the kids) is also included. This is really a great deal, as in many cities walking tours can cost anywhere from $40-$70, but Dallas by Chocolate tours are half the price, and without the walking people of all ages can participate.

Dallas by Chocolate offers many other unique touring experiences, including sampling trips to bakeries, cheese makers, and other artisan shops in addition to chocolatiers, and every tour includes wine or water. The tours, lasting around three hours, are all conveyed by private bus or limo, and led by Dallas food experts, who will lead chocolate-related games between stops and educate the groups on Dallas landmarks.

These tours are great opportunities for companies to increase exposure, so printing services such as business card printing and flyer printing would be a great idea, as these items would be good handouts for guests.

Anyone interested in Dallas by Chocolate tours can check out their website, where you can sign up for upcoming events. Dallas by Chocolate also gives private tours, which would be a great idea for birthday parties, or just for fun.