Zotter Chocolate Factory Shanghai
Zotter Chocolate Factory Shanghai
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Lisa
Toronto, Canadá259 aportes
jul de 2021
It's a bit of a walk from the subway and if you are not sure of the way or not good with maps, then take a taxi. When you get there you go on the tour. It starts with a video and a chat and then you go through. You get so many samples to eat that even I had had enough by the end and I am a chocoholic! I would recommend just taking a small sample of each, don't go crazy on one or two. You will still get plenty to try. You can also decorate your own chocolate. The fee was an extra 60rmb and they package it nicely for you so it's a good treat for later or as a gift for someone who couldn't make it. Would definitely recommend to do that. After you finish, there is a shop to buy chocolate but they don't have a lot of flavors to choose which is the only disappointing thing. After you are done at the chocolate factory, it is surrounded by outlet shops so you can go shopping.
Escrita el 6 de junio de 2022
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ericavermaas
Shepperton, UK7 aportes
oct de 2021
Lots of fun learning about the history and culture of chocolate. Lots of yummy taste testing, and creating chocolate. Fun for the whole family.
Escrita el 2 de mayo de 2022
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Lisa
Toronto, Canadá259 aportes
mar de 2021
This is a must do in Shanghai if you love chocolate. You start the tour with a video and chat from the guide and then go through and taste so much chocolate until you can't possibly eat another bite! (and I can eat chocolate so that's no easy feat!) You can even make your own custom chocolate for 60rmb and its ready at the end of the tour in a Nic package.
Escrita el 3 de febrero de 2022
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SelwynJonker
Región de Shanghái, China1 aporte
oct de 2021 • Familia
Fantastic informative tour. Very good introduction video about the Zotter family and how chocolate is made. After the movie a delicious tasting tour. There are over 200 different types and combinations that you can try. Kids love it and get to make their own chocolate bar. Special thanks for tour guide Sen, he explains it very clear and is super nice with the kids!
I can really recommend this as a nice family outing for an afternoon. Thank you Zotter family!
Escrita el 9 de octubre de 2021
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BLTurpin
Shaker Heights, OH956 aportes
dic de 2020
Friends and I visited the Zotter Museum on Christmas day. It was a lovely experience, but not what I expected. I'll try to clarify a few things so that visitors understand what to expect.

"Factory" - First, despite the title of this entry, the Zotter facility is not a factory. There is no manufacturing or processing of chocolate in China. Chocolate bars are imported from Austria, then packaged and distributed for the Chinese market. The only "factory" is for display or for the chocolate bars that visitors might create and take home. Perhaps some quality control is done, and certainly there is a kitchen. But, it's not a large scale factory, just a small demonstration kitchen.

"Chocolate Theater" - Advertised as a "chocolate theater," I find this term also misleading. Like many tours, the experience begins with a film. Guests are introduced to the Zotter family and their quest to source the best organic ingredients. The film follows the company founder, Josef Zotter to tropical growing regions. It introduces visitors to cacao farmers and explains how fair prices are paid to ensure the well-being of the farming communities. Altogether, it is a lovely film and serves as an introduction to the Zotter brand.

Tasting Experience - The Zotter visit is primarily designed to be a tasting experience. Guests begin by learning about and tasting a cacao bean. That is followed by tastes of liquid chocolate which constitute the base of the bars. Visitors sample the chocolate bars themselves, then drinking chocolates, and finally the additional nuts/seeds/spices/ingredients which comprise the specialty bars. Think walnuts, hazelnuts, ginger, saffron, coconut, almond, chili, etc. There are plenty of visuals and information throughout the tour. So, in that sense the experience is a museum. But, overall it is a guided tasting tour.

There are well over 200 chances to sample chocolates and ingredients, but no one samples everything. Most people choose a few and are not overwhelmed. The samples are tiny, just enough for a taste, so there is no need to worry about consuming too much or feeling unwell.

The facilities are spotlessly clean and the staff very friendly. Our tour was in English. we were a group of 10 so we called ahead and were given a group rate. I heard that it may be cheaper to book online, but we didn't purchase tickets before arriving.

The tour wraps up in the Zotter shop where guests can indulge in their favorite chocolate products. The Zotter brand is expensive, but the price is absolutely worth it. I lived in Europe for over 15 years and have had a lot of exposure to Italian, German, Spanish, Swiss, and Eastern European brands. Honestly, nothing tastes like Zotter. I was astounded at the difference. The Zotter milk chocolate won first place in international competition in 2015. in If you enjoy chocolate, don't miss the Zotter museum. The attraction is well designed and enjoyable, but the real treasure is the chocolate itself. Zotter is truly the finest chocolate I have ever eaten and I encourage you to taste the difference for yourself.
Escrita el 27 de diciembre de 2020
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Alexa C
Shanghái, China446 aportes
ago de 2020
Great experience. I was surprised i haven't heard of Zotter earlier, as i live in Shanghai. For the ticket price, you will have PLENTY of different styles, forms, shapes and flavors of chocolate. Including some mixes with alcohol at the end.

Watch a movie about production, try choco beans, and literally, around 60 more different samples. As well as make your own artisanal sample of a chocolate bar.
i was happy that i haven't had breakfast that day )))).

It's a little bit difficult to find the entrance, as you have to walk through the mall

. The factory is also opened for corporate events and training. We will hold one there in December as well.

All ingredients are imported and organic. Quality is good. Souveniers at the end are somewhat pricey, i purchased samples for our team and paid over 450

Zotter is definitely on my list when i have to take people who visiting Shanghai out (together with TeamLab, Disneyland, and Madame Tusseau museum for kids).

For the club in Shanghai, i still reccomend Bar Rouge for the view and Up Shanghai forhiphop dancing and casual atmosphere...and of course best shisha in town.
For luxury experience: 4 seasons Pudong pool, Mister and Missis Bund restorant, Char bar for drinks with a view for adults.
Have fun )
Escrita el 10 de septiembre de 2020
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sylvia s
Shanghái, China15 aportes
ago de 2019 • Familia
We have brought friends and family ranging in ages from 10-80 four times in the last year and everyone has a good time. It is a fun activity ( especially with teens) to do that gives you a break from the traditional chines tourist stuff. There are many chocolate samples to taste and iff you have people that have gluten, dairy or peanut allergies they can enjoy too because each sample is labeled if it has one of those items that is easy to read.
Escrita el 7 de septiembre de 2019
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Anita S
Hangzhou, China26 aportes
ago de 2019 • Familia
So educational and amazingly delicious😍 Husband loved it, kids loved it too! The guide, Sen, was knowledgeable and patient, really the best.
Escrita el 25 de agosto de 2019
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Robin K
Seattle80 aportes
abr de 2019 • Solitario
For starters, this is not actually a factory, it's a "chocolate theater". Apparently that means you watch a video about the company starring the founder, who has a quite cheesy sense of humor, then go on a tour with a guide who talks a bit about chocolate making and then guides you into areas with lots and lots of samples.

This isn't exactly for the true chocolate aficionado, because that's not what Zotter does, they do fun, creative fillings and other chocolate products, and that's what this "theater" shows off. But it's lots of fun and you do get a rather exceptional amount of samples to taste.

Also, be aware the building is at the back of some sort of outlet mall and isn't near a metro stop. Take a taxi or enjoy the perfectly pleasant 20-min walk from the nearest stop. Maybe even go shopping afterward.
Escrita el 7 de mayo de 2019
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Tobias F
Backnang, Alemania79 aportes
abr de 2019 • Solitario
Ich war bereits einige Male im Schokoladentheater von Zotter in der Steiermark zu Gast und wusste, dass das Familienunternehmen auch in Shanghai ein solches Schokimuseum besitzt. Da ich auf einer China-Rundreise bin, ging ich natürlich auch hier Schokolade essen - absolut empfehlenswert! Von den Metro-Stationen Longchan Road oder Aiguo Road (Linie 12) benötigt man knapp 20 Minuten zu Fuß. Der Eintritt beträgt 180 Yuan und ist damit umgerechnet etwas teurer als in Österreich - klar, die Schokolade muss eben auch erst einmal nach China gebracht werden. Es lohnt sich aber absolut: Zuerst bekommt man einen englischsprachigen Film - mit deutschen O-Tönen - gezeigt und dann gibt es eine englischsprachige Führung. Unser Guide sprach sehr gutes Englisch und führte uns super durch das Museum. Es gibt extrem viel Schokolade zum Essen und Testen, quasi All-You-Can-Eat - man sollte also Hunger mitbringen. Wer in Shanghai ist, der sollte sich dieses Geschmackserlebnis nicht entgehen lassen...es lohnt sich definitiv!
Escrita el 21 de abril de 2019
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