Complete Chocolate Lover’s Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area

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CBTB Do-It-Yourself Tours

Sweet55

Exceptional brand from the outside (packaging) to the inside (bonbons, bars, and other confections)

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Volo Chocolate

Windsor, CA Wine Country: Sonoma County DIY Tour Flavored bean-to-bar Founded in 2016 by husband-and-wife pioneering farm-to-table chefs Jeff and Susan Mall, Volo Chocolate makes Mexican style, flavored bean-to-bar chocolate, in Windsor, CA. Their chocolate is less sweet, but generally saltier than other chocolate makers’ bars. All of their bars contain sea salt and cinnamon, and their beans are roasted darker than …

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Le Belge Chocolatier

French-style chocolate you can buy at the supermarket

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Fleur Savage Chocolates

Fleur Savage Chocolates makes bars, bonbons, and chocolate sculptures

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Wine Country: Napa Valley

Mix your wine tastings with chocolate tastings as you wind your way up Route 29

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Wine Country Chocolates – Sonoma Plaza

This location is open 7 days a week and is conveniently located on Sonoma Plaza

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Wine Country Chocolates – Glen Ellen

The first chocolate tasting room established in Sonoma County offers a large variety of chocolate treats

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The Xocolate Bar

The Xocolate Bar is a woman-owned chocolatier/chocolate shop started in 2006.

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Oliver’s Market @ Stony Point

Local grocery store chain that supports local artisan food makers, including Sonoma County chocolatiers and chocolate makers

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TCHO

TCHO is a technology/chocolate mash-up, which sometimes offers tours of their factory

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Timeless Coffee – Berkeley

Timeless Coffee is a vegan coffee roastery, bakery, and chocolatier

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Timeless Coffee – Oakland

Timeless Coffee is an all-vegan coffee roastery, bakery, and chocolatier.

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Donnelly Chocolates

Fine French-inspired chocolates in the middle of beachy Santa Cruz

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One65

Chocolate in Union Square

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