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Maker Monday: A Tour Of Tumbador Chocolate

Ever since we first watched Willy Wonka, we dreamed of touring a chocolate factory. If you’ve shared these chocolate-filled dreams, you’re in luck! Today, you can take a (virtual) tour of the Tumbador Chocolate Factory and meet the modern day Willy Wonka, himself. No, there aren’t gondolas floating down chocolate rivers, but it’s still WAY COOL.

Tumbador's factory is based in Brooklyn and they’re very proud of the artisan, hands-on nature of their process (it’s not all done by machine!). It's home to so many of our favorite Mouth products – the PB & J Chocolate Bar, Milk Chocolate-Covered Animal Crackers and the Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Cookies to name a few! This is also the factory where our Mouth brand chocolates are made! (Have you tried our High Five Bar?) 

Watch the clip below from Potluck Video to learn all about the chocolate-making process and how this very indie chocolate factory is run!

 

Wanna try some Tumbador for yourself? Satisfy your chocolate craving here, or shop from the rest of our amazing chocolate makers

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