Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, Daytona Beach

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Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory offers free tours where you can learn about chocolate- and candy-making the old-fashioned way. The factory, founded in 1925 by Riddell Angell and Cora Phelps, started in Michigan but moved to Florida at the beginning of World War II. Take the short guided tour, which gives views onto the factory floor from a glass hallway. Your guide will explain the processes as you go. At the end, you can try a number of chocolate samples. PutAngell & Phelps Chocolate Factory into our Daytona Beach trip itinerary maker website and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Delicious chocolates that made us remember times long ago. Great selection. Excellent service. Looking forward to our next visit. 
    Delicious chocolates that made us remember times long ago. Great selection. Excellent service. Looking forward to our next visit.  more »
  • They preach the bible when they hire nothing but prison felons to make their candy. Their liberal clientel would not be soo happy if they knew that prisoners are the only ones who touched their candy. 
    They preach the bible when they hire nothing but prison felons to make their candy. Their liberal clientel would not be soo happy if they knew that prisoners are the only ones who touched their candy.  more »
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  • Such a cool place! They have "free, self-guided tours" all day which means you can walk down their hallway and look inside windows to watch the employees make chocolate. The employees seemed friendly and happy to wave when they saw us watching them. At the time I was there 3 workers were making coconut creme balls on the assembly line / conveyor belt. As 1 man put the coconut balls on the belt, we could watch them go under the chocolate fountain and pop out the other end, where another man drizzled white chocolate on top. Then, they went through a long, silver tunnel and a woman was pulling them off the line and weighing them into boxes. She saw us watching and handed us each a coconut creme ball fresh off the line (through a door that leads to the hallway). Awesome! There were so many interesting items to buy like chocolate covered potato chips, chocolate covered bacon, really cute, detailed, and realistic chocolate starfish, sand dollars, sharks, etc. Both times I've been to Daytona Beach, I've been here and honestly, I would make it a point to come back on all future trips and recommend to others. It's a must-do.
  • I came here during my vacation in Daytona for the chocolate factory tour but they were temporarily closed which was a bummer but their selection of chocolate was great! The atmosphere was nice, the staff was welcoming and nice as well and the religious items available for purchase caught my eyes! The lemon dark chocolate were exceptional!!!

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