De Brand Fine Chocolate, Fort Wayne

About De Brand Fine Chocolate, Fort Wayne

De Brand Fine Chocolate, Fort Wayne - Address, Phone Number

Address: 10105 Auburn Park Dr, Fort Wayne, IN 46825, United States

Phone: +1-2609698333

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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DeBrand Chocolates is as popular as some of the biggest food brands around the world and a visit to Fort Wayne without trying their sinful treats is incomplete.

Simply walk in at the store to taste what is easily a doorway to heaven and gorge on the wide varieties of chocolates, candies and shakes served with love.

Highlights include:

  • Tours arranged on Tuesday and Thursdays.

The tour offers a peek into all the hardwork to explain what happens behind that glossy piece of chocolate you can’t take your eyes off. A must no matter what your age, don’t forget to buy their chocolates for loved ones back home.

De Brand Fine Chocolate Information

  • Do try their chocolate tours.
  • The chocolates, even though priced higher are certainly worth it.

De Brand Fine Chocolate Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.
  • Tour prices (Tours only held at Auburn Park outlet) : $5 per person, with each person receiving a rebate of $5 off a $10 or more purchase.

De Brand Fine Chocolate Opening and Closing Hours

Tour Timings: Tours only held at Auburn Park outlet

  • Tuesdays at 10:00 am and Thursdays at 1:00 pm.

How To reach De Brand Fine Chocolate by Public Transport

  • Bus: In front of the shop.
  • Hire a Taxi.
  • Rent a Car.

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  • I have enjoyed chocolates from all around the Midwest but nothing comes close to DeBrand's. These are absolutely amazing! I bought chocolates and truffles for a few people. They ALL echoed my thoughts exactly! Expensive but worth it!

  • Love DeBrand's candy. Nothing better. A bit pricy though.

  • Some of the best chocolate I've had in my whole life. Had a cute little area to sit and enjoy the chocolate as well!

  • Debrands has always been the best around. We grew up in a little Indiana town that had a little chocalatier and we thought we knew it all about chocolates. Then we moved and found Debrands. The have the highest quality of anyplace you'll find. If you eat at the store there is a very chic ambiance. If you order online you'll enjoy the best chocolates you've ever had. We've taken Debrands with us in many trips as a gift for those we're going to see. Took some to Cabo once and gave them to a local (a expat from the US) that helped us with arrangements. She shared them with her friends from Europe and they said they were better than Swiss chocolates they had had. We shipped them to a remote town in Hawaii as a thank you gift. They arrive in one piece and not melted. I don't know how they did it but, our friend got one of the nicest surprises he had ever received in the mail. Long story short, you won't be disappointed.

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  • It was really fancy. The chocolate is very expensive, but it's good for gifts for loved ones. There are also tables where you can eat or drink at. They pretty much just sell chocolates, cakes, and they have a few drinks that you can either drink there or take it to go. The spiced chi that I had bought was delicious, but a little over priced for the size compared to what you could get at Starbucks. I was also a little upset that they didn't have flavored coffee. They have cappuccinos, coffee mochas, coffee latte, spiced chi, but I couldn't get a vanilla cappuccino. This is one of the readons why I rated it at 4 stars. I had also bought a 12 piece box of truffle chocolates that were $40. The box definitely looked like I was buying a high quality chocolate because of the packaging detail. It was nice that they had displays of what their boxes looked like and had given suggestions on what I could do with the box. They also had stickers to put on your box like it's a boy. They have tours for $5 of their facility if your interested how they make their chocolate.

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