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Let's do this!! Don't stop believin'!! #GoGiants http://buff.ly/1wx2fLN http://buff.ly/1wx2dUh
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@PeteThePlanner Excellent! Glad you've enjoyed it!! http://buff.ly/1seSVpD
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Woot! #TCHOSpotting RT Susan: Post-lunch chocolate break! #snackbox #vegancuts TCHO Chocolate #whatveganseat http://buff.ly/1zmKxhL http://buff.ly/1zmKzWL
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Our #tchokiosk is getting creative, enjoy "Golden Moments an artistic interpretation of Optimus Prime" by Anthony. http://buff.ly/1wezCmg http://buff.ly/1wezD9R
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Did you make cookies today? It's Homemade Cookies Day according to... Well, we're not sure who decided this, but ... http://buff.ly/1rNLzOB http://buff.ly/1rNLB9a
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Now yer talkin’ .Matt Davis Jeff Rosen The Kansas City Star You can get Ghirardelli in KC. If it’s chocolate you crave bring back some TCHO Chocolate http://buff.ly/1rwIgaA
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RT Blaire Bender: .TCHO Chocolate, you complete me. http://buff.ly/1nDqAht http://buff.ly/1nDqAxH
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RT Lennart Sloof: Got TCHO Chocolate? http://buff.ly/1tPp2DG “They (Big chocolate companies) buy caviar and turn them into hamburgers." http://buff.ly/1tPp2DI
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We are stealthy when in Canda ;-) RT Ghouli Scheidt : Randomly found TCHO Chocolate in Toronto for the first time! http://buff.ly/1DFVs4G http://buff.ly/1DFVs4I
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@lessphiling Taking a little hiatus from the swag biz, but once we finally get our store open in Berkeley we'll prob start with new stuff. http://buff.ly/1DFpZzI
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Sampling at the Northwest Chocolate Festival - the tchopairings are ready for their close up. http://buff.ly/1xedW8Y http://buff.ly/1xedZ4G
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3100 San Pablo Ave Berkeley, CA 94702
3100 San Pablo AvenueUSCaliforniaBerkeley94702
(844) 877-8246tcho.com
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TCHO is New American Chocolate—a new kind of chocolate company for a new generation of chocolate lovers. 

Bringing a new way of thinking & doing to the ancient process of making chocolate, it is said that TCHO is where the Silicon Valley meets the San Francisco Bay Area foodie culture. 

Through TCHOSource, our revolutionary sourcing program, we work directly with those that grow the cacao used in each of our products. Giving farmers the tools to grow the best bean, so we can make the best chocolate.

We are obsessed with making the best chocolate, bringing innovation to every step of the process and making a better world.

We have relocated our factory to Berkeley from Pier 17 in San Francisco. Our facility is not yet open to the public - we expect to open our factory store and resume our world-famous factory tours and tasting in late April 2014.

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Progressive, unusual chocolatier offering local coffee, fair-trade chocolate, tours & samples.- Google
"The best part of the tour is the chocolate tasting at the end."
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"I went on a chocolate factory tour this Sunday and had such a blast."
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Tye Chait
8 months ago
TCHO (pronounced as the first syllable in chocolate) is fantastic! Make a reservation online for one of the factory tours, which allows you to learn about the chocolate-making process, tour the (small) factory, and try samples of almost every chocolate. Very high quality and on the opposite side of the spectrum as Ghirardelli.
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Rachel Lo
a year ago
Brought a couple of friends on the tour with me last week. I'm glad I made a reservation a few weeks in advance because the store was packed when we showed up! Make a reservation, and overcompensate on the number of people you intend to bring. They don't penalize you if someone doesn't show up and will just release your spot. The tour itself was fun and informative, although I think our guide was new or something, and you get to eat tons of chocolate! The store is overpriced, but the chocolate is seriously tasty. Stick to the clearance table. Tcho chocolate is Tcho chocolate.
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Hayley Yerkes
a year ago
I passed here a thousand times before I even realized it was a chocolate factory. Now that I have found TCHO (pronounced "cho"), I wouldn't even think of frequenting that giant chocolate store just down the road a few miles. TCHO gives wonderful tours (make reservations ahead of time!) of their small but interesting factory. The best part of the tour is the chocolate tasting at the end. You get the opportunity to note the differences between chocolate flavors that come from the cocoa beans themselves, not from added flavoring. While their chocolate is much more expensive than the average Hershey's bar, their tour helps to justify the high prices by showing you the origin of the ingredients and TCHO's business practices. Definitely an unforgettable (and tasty!) experience!
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Judith Lewis
a year ago
From Nasa to chocolate the interest here beyond the chocolate itself is the manufacturing process. You can travel around the factory on a tour if you reserve online in advance. If you aren’t lucky enough to get in a tour, you can try the different chocolate on offer. Interestingly for high quality chocolate, they are not seeing a good single estate chocolate here but flavour notes so they combine origins to achieve the flavour they seek, whether ‘citrus’, ‘fruity’, ‘chocolaty’ or the other flavours. Absolutely worth a visit and another of my must visit chocolate locations.
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Alyx Barranger
a year ago
I went on a chocolate factory tour this Sunday and had such a blast. I learned so much about chocolate and I gained an entirely new appreciation for it. Aside from the great facts, there was also a tasting at the end of the tour where you get to sample a range of their dark chocolates and milk chocolates. They were all amazing, and it was so cool to taste the different flavor notes. I didn't realize that chocolate could taste different just based on the beans used without fruit, nuts and other ingredients being added in. Go on the tour and see for yourself!
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Em C
a year ago
Take the chocolate tour here. It's free and educational, and wut - free chocolate samples, too!! This place has made me a chocolate snob, and I don't mind. The chocolate is pretty pricey but is great for any chocolate lover. Great location near the water, parking kinda sucks around this area but they do have a small lot out front. Enjoy!
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Miyamoto Lena
a year ago
I went on a chocolate tour with 9 of my friends and had an awesome experience. The tour guide was smart, upbeat and informative. The presentation is well done and ends with a chocolate tasting of mostly their dark chocolates. I like that the ingredients are simple. I only wish I could buy more chocolate but the prices are a bit high so I'll have to come back another time to try the Tchunky Tchotella. The nice perk of going on a tour is you get a 10% coupon to use that same day. I'll be making a TCHOlicious tart soon.
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Tu Lam
a year ago
This is the first time for a chocolate tour. You do miss out on watching people who your reserve a tour on a Saturday or Sunday. Remember to reserve a spot, several people were turned away because the tour was full. We watched an informative video of how cacao is grown, harvested, and processed. Now the tasting is the fun part. The gal was great at describing the process and what to expect what you break a piece of chocolate in half as she describes as the "snap". Then there's the taste of the chocolate based on where the cacao is grown. We talked about the taste and texture. The store is tiny, but they have lots of goodies in different sizes. I picked up some of the "art" packaged bars which make really nice gifts. My co-workers really enjoyed what I brought in.
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