With a great emphasis on tradition, this Swiss family enterprise has been creating chocolate and confectionery specialities since 1972. It is known throughout Switzerland for its Aeschbach chocolate coins. Today, the innovative company offers a large and exciting visitor experience that appeals to all the senses.
The handcrafted chocolate and confectionery specialities are produced according to original recipes. A reliance on select natural ingredients and products delivered fresh every day are considered the secret to this traditional company’s success. These products range from the famous chocolate coins to the finest pralines, truffles, chocolate bars, figures and
In addition to the wide range of delicacies in the ChocoStore, the ChocoDromo (headquarters of Aeschbach Chocolatier) is also home to ChocoWorld. The interactive tour tells you all about the history of chocolate and its production. Where is cocoa grown? How does it arrive in Switzerland and what makes a good blend? Watch the chocolatiers at work or create your own personal chocolate courtesy of the ChocoPlus facility.
So much chocolate – heaven! Taste it to your heart’s content and decorate chocolate bars with friends. Sounds like a lot of fun! To round off the party, linger in the festively decorated ChocoCafé.
Experience a group tour of the company’s facilities. Visit production – the heart of Aeschbach Chocolatier. Or try your hand at tempering or decorating pralines. If Easter or Christmas are coming up, make and decorate your bunny or Santa Claus.
From production in a converted shed with two employees to the chocolate visitor experience in Root. The current 120 or so employees work with as much attention to detail today as their forerunners did in the past. They intensify the chocolate experience for consumers. For proprietor Markus Aeschbach, the third generation to run the family business, treating customers, suppliers, producers and employees fairly is a matter of principle – as is ensuring outstanding quality. He took over the reins from Charles Aeschbach – founder of the company in 1972 – in 2003.