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Hobart Tasmania
The Cadbury Chocolate Factory tour is worth the visit and is value for money. There are different types of tours and all for a great price. At the beginning and end of the tours, you can get some free little samples of chocolate like freddo and dairy milk chocolate (you can take as many as you like, Mmmm), plus you get a special gift at the end of the guided tour. Along the way you can learn cool facts like to make a 100,000 250-gram blocks of dairy milk chocolate you need 58,000 litres of fresh full-cream milk, 3.75 tonnes of cocoa butter, 2.75 tonnes of cocoa mass and 11.5 tonnes of sugar. WOW The onsite shop sells the not so perfect chocolates (the wrapper is crooked or the weight fails there tight quality control) all at unbelievable prices. If you were going to Tasmania, i would suggest you go on a tour or at least visit the factory.


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