Wrapping Things Up

The final stop of the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale is Classic Cakes Bakery. The owner of Classic Cakes Bakery, Neil Levinson, is originally from Montreal Canada and relocated with his family to Arizona where they have lived for more than 20 years now. Classic Cakes Bakery has a lot to offer in terms of delightful treats. The Bakery prides itself on making truly artistic and creative cakes. Classic Cakes Bakery also makes wonderful pies, S’more tarts, as well as Red Velvet Twinkies. Spending time with Neil Levinson is quite rewarding. The owner truly knows his stuff, and you will learn a lot about baking creatively and artistically.

Chocolate tours of Scottsdale take place seasonally, running from October through May and stopping when the summer sets in due to the intense heat in Arizona. The tours are customizable for groups with unique interests and are best suited for people between the ages of eight and eighty. The cost for the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale is $45 in addition to tax and is inclusive of a wide selection of complimentary delights. If you will be visiting Phoenix and would like to make the most out of your time, it would be a great idea to register with Gwendolyn for the delightful Chocolate. Your palate will thank you for it.


Owned by the delightful Gwendolyn McKay, Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale takes participants between the ages of eight and eighty through a 2-mile stroll of the beautiful town of Scottsdale. The tour can be equated to the Amazing Race of Chocolate, where your mission should you choose to accept it, is to visit as many chocolate hotspots and sample as many chocolate treats as possible within the available time limit of two hours and thirty minutes. Do not hesitate in joining the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale and experiencing chocolate and other goodies deliciously and extraordinarily. Take the amazing and delicious chocolate tour and be guided through the most chocolicious moments you have ever had in your life.

You will get the opportunity to visit some of the best chocolatiers not just in Scottsdale but in Arizona. You will enjoy delightful delicatessen chocolate assortments that will without a doubt awaken your palate to the extent of becoming a chocoholic. The weather in Arizona is also quite lovely and complements the tour making it a memorable one. The highlights of the tour include a beautiful stroll through the popular streets of Scottsdale showcasing a variety of shops and art galleries. The lineup of chocolate assortments available for your taste buds is inexhaustible and includes hot chocolate, ice cream, baked goods, cupcakes, truffles, and much more. The atmosphere is friendly and fun, and Spanish tours are also provided. If you are a great fan of chocolate and would like to learn more about the history of chocolate as well as the chocolate-making process, or are just looking for something fun to do during your free time, the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale is for you.

The next stop, See’s Candies is equally delightful. The chocolate maker uses California’s Guittard Chocolate to make some of the most playful and creative chocolate treats. Established in 1921, with the motto “Quality Without Compromise” the confectioner ensures that all their products are free of preservatives, and sells them for about $20 a pound. This store also makes it convenient for you to mix and match any combination of your choice in a single order. What makes See’s Candies stand out and all the more delightful is the way the place is set up. The Shops mirrors have a white and black color theme and are inspired by the kitchen of the establishment’s owner, Mary See, where she began her chocolate journey. See’s Candies was initially launched in LA, California later expanding to over two hundred shops across the globe that are serviced by their factories in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

The Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale also features the Herb Box, which is a locally owned business offering a healthy selection of delightful meals alongside delicious chocolate treats. While chocolate is great and delicious, it is not food. A stop at heart Box ensures that you have a healthy meal to give you even more energy for a stroll as you explore other chocolate shops in Scottsdale. The next stop following the stop at Heart Box is Nordstrom’s Sugarfina, situated at the Fashion Square Mall (right beside the LTC Tree). The company makes a wonderful selection of chocolate products including gummies made using George Clooney’s Casamigos Tequila, and Cuban chocolate cigars made in Italy by Vendi. Right next door to Sugarfina is Caketini. If you would like a chocolate cannoli, this is the place. Caketini provides a broad range of truffle-style cake pops as well as super-high cakes using family recipes from the owner.

Have you ever found yourself craving for chocolate at 2 in the morning, only to find a bare cupboard and everything closed? Worry no more. The next stop of the chocolate tour, Sprinkles will transform your life. Sprinkles features a streetside cupcake ATM featuring more than 500 cupcakes where you can purchase a cupcake anytime you like. Sprinkles make life better and so much fun for you if you love cupcakes. When the owner of Sprinkles, Candace Nelson launched her initial cupcake shop in Beverly Hills, California, she only offered cupcakes. The selection has since expanded to cookies, doggie cupcakes, and mini cupcakes. Candace has several copies of her own cookbooks available if you are interested in her style of baking, and would like to learn more about it.

Do you love chocolate? Then you will love the Chocolate tour of Scottsdale. The tour covers the streets of Scottsdale and promises a walk to some of the best chocolate destinations you have ever been to. The tour comprises visiting local shops and chocolatiers where you will get the opportunity to learn fun facts and sample lots of chocolate. The chocolate samples come in various forms, including hot chocolate, baked goods, cupcakes, truffles, and much more. Try out as many samples as you would like because Love and chocolate can never be too much.

The Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale presents an opportunity to indulge in some of the region’s most delectable chocolates. The tour takes place monthly for several days and takes visitors on a walking tour of various dessert establishments in Old Town Scottsdale. If you are looking for fun activities to do during the weekend and are a great lover of chocolate, you need to look no further than the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale. Sign up for the chocolate tour to enjoy some of Scottsdale’s most delicious chocolates. Registration is available online for $45, and you can pick the day that is most convenient for you to take the chocolate tour. The tour that runs throughout the week has many popular stops such as Godiva Chocolatier located on Camelback Road, and Chocolade van Brugge located on Marshall Way. From hot chocolate to cupcakes, truffles, and other baked goods, the dessert selection available for your tastebuds is inexhaustible. Each individual chocolate tour is restricted to a dozen participants, so it might be a good idea to book your slot early to ensure you get the tour that fits your schedule.

Explore Scottsdale’s sweet side on this guided walking tour that goes through the finest chocolate deals in the town. In this chocolicious tour, you will learn about neighborhood shops and chocolates from around the area. The tour is ideal for chocolate lovers or people who would like to learn about the history of chocolate, how it is made, and test samples of the world’s most delightful treat. Indulge in cupcakes, dessert, hot chocolate, truffles a variety of other delightful treats made from or with chocolate, and get acquainted with the chocolate producers and proprietors of some of the best chocolate stores in Scottsdale, while enjoying the energetic and beautiful climate of Scottsdale.

Gwendolyn McKay, the owner of the Chocolate Tour of Scottsdale is delightful and hospitable and takes part in the tour as a guide. She is quite knowledgeable about the best chocolate spots in the area as well as chocolate itself. You will find your tour with her quite delightful. Gwendolyn McKay’s love for cocoa and admiration for chocolate is apparent in every step of the Scottsdale chocolate trip. The tour usually starts at Paul’s Salon and Spa (do not let the name fool you. The area comprises a unique boutique that you should certainly explore if you have enough time on your hands.) To kick off the fantastic chocolate race is a patio sample of Lavender and Earl Gray bonbon from the store Zak’s Chocolate. Although Zak’s chocolate’s location is a bit of a distance from downtown Scottsdale, the goodies are too delightful not to be included in a chocolate tour of the area. The company produces some of Arizona’s best bean-to-bar chocolate, alongside some confections, truffles, and bonbons. After tasting the treats at Zak’s Chocolate, you will understand why it is an award-winning establishment.