Our new Oh Canada! Farmer's Market Sweets Tour is getting rave reviews! Take a walk off the beaten path with Toronto's only farmer's market & Canadian-themed sweets tour.

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Thanks to the many magazines, blogs, websites, newspapers & more that have shared some sweet words about us!

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Hip Urban Girl, July 2014
We're handed little cups of dark and light-coloured syrups to sip and compare, while learning about maple sugar production.
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Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance, June 2014
“It’s funny how learning the history behind something makes it more enjoyable,” says Lacy Atalick, a participant of the tour. “I’ve had this beer before, but it’s never tasted quite as good.”
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Chris Unagi, June 2014
[Photos, photos, more scrumptious photos!]
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Off to the Market, June 2014
Make it a to do on your list this summer from now until September 28th.
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Toronto City Gossip, June 2014
Torontonians and tourists alike love the Distillery District for its fascinating history and quaint atmosphere, with cobblestone pathways and charming restos.
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Distillery District Blog, June 2014
...the great company and fun food facts can only be found on a Tasty Tour, the perfect way to spend a sweet summer Sunday.
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Lifestyle Web TV, December 2013
This is (literally) such a sweet way to spend quality time together [with family and friends], especially these days when time is so precious. It’s a gift you can feel good about; one that supports local businesses, and a nice alternative to a "material gift".
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Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance, November 2013
Chocolate Addict lives up to it’s name with over 30 varieties of housemade chocolate truffles in decidedly Ontario flavours like Icewine, Pumpkin, Maple and more!
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Etihad Airways Inflight Magazine, November 2013
“The right way to sample chocolate is by putting a piece in your mouth and letting it melt between your tongue and the roof of your mouth,” explains Ian Wylie handing me a square of deep-brown goodness. Ian’s leading me through Toronto’s sweet side on Tasty Tours’ Trinity Bellwoods Chocolate Tour.
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Ally, Around the World, November 2013
Taste testing is offered at all of the stops along the route and, even if, like me, you're a dessert-o-phile, you will find something new and awesome that you've never tried before or an excellently made well-loved favourite at every stop.
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Traveler's Digest, September 2013
Though most Torontonians are familiar with Kensington Market, the neighborhood still has plenty of new places left to discover, and with the help of Tasty Tours, locals and visitors alike can explore the sweet side of this eclectic neighborhood.
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Family Travel Scoop, August 2013
We went on the Kensington market tour and it was awesome-a really great thing to do with kids on the weekend! In fact kids between 7 and 12 years get discount prices and under 7s go free so it is a great bargain!
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See You Soon Travel [VIDEO!], January 2013
Being the very multicultural neighbourhood that Kensington Market is, it was like a trip around the world one bite at a time...Warning: I take no responsibilities for any sudden urges to consume sweets after watching this video.
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Travel Culture, December 2012
As the talk begins topics like slavery, Napoleon and sugar beets all come up in conversation while the taste of egg tart tantalizes the tongue.
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The Style and Travel Journals, December 2012
One of the things I enjoyed besides the eating and shopping together, was that we had the chance to meet the owners of the Food Establishments we visited, and they gave us some introduction to themselves and their business.
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K and K Adventures, December 2012
As well as tasting food samples, the tour offers a history of some of the key ingredients of 'sweet' food over time and the circumstances which made them popular.
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Eat Live Travel Write, November 2012
...a wonderfully affordable way to discover this culturally diverse neighbourhood of Toronto. Of the six stops we visited, I had only been inside one of them. Huh. And I call myself a food lover!!!
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Upkeep, November 2012
There were some really interesting people on this tour and I liked that it wasn't just about Audrey talking at us for three hours - she gave us lots of learning, but also the chance to get to know each other too.
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Huffington Post Travel, September 2012
...on walking excursions you'll explore Toronto neighborhoods and sample chocolates, churros and other delicacies from local stores while learning about the district and its gastronomic history.
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Eat Live Travel Write, September 2012
What I loved most about this tour was the fact that we went to a couple of places I have walked by or rode by on the streetcar too many times to count, thinking “Oh I should go and check that place out.” Sadly, it seems that when you live in a place, you always tell yourself “another time” and you never end up going. So I was pleased to check out places that I can now cross of my “must go” list. Except that the treats were so delicious that I’ll have to go back.
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Lifestyler Magazine, August 2012
With her iPad in tow, along with an extensive self-taught repertoire of sweet treat history knowledge, Ooi leads our small group to various confectionaries and dessert shops in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods area where we learn fun facts about chocolate, chat with the chefs, bakers and shop owners, browse the sugary inventory, and of course, satisfy our cravings.
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Bacon is Magic, August 2012
I didn’t realize I would be going to small businesses that I pass by every day, intending to go in someday but never doing it. We went to six locations but three really stood out and I know I’ll go back.
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Jouljet, August 2012
I had received an email the day before the tour, reminding me of the booking and the details, which included the weather forecast and tips to ensure I was prepared for the morning, was a really cute touch.
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Chrystal-Clear, August 2012
This tour had my attention from the get-go; tasty treats in a intriguing neighbourhood? I’m there. But what kept my attention was all the fun facts of the tour like What do Ronald Reagan and JellyBellys have in common?
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Food Junkie Chronicles, July 2012
Informative and interactive, I had a really great time at the Canada Day Tasty Tour - two hours flew by so quickly!
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Yahoo News! Canada, July 2012
Burn off a few calories as you consume them with Tasty Tours walks around vibrant Kensington Market or Trinity Bellwoods
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Purple Spatula, July 2012
I will be going back to a few of these places because that's the thing with tours, you learn about these hidden gems.
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Kid's Travel Guides, July 2012
15 Things We Love About Toronto
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Amy's Food Adventures, June 2012
With [Audrey's] deep knowledge of chocolate and sweets, we learned a lot of interesting chocolate facts during the tour!
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Where Toronto, May 2012
...for those with a sweet tooth, there’s Tasty Tours‘s Trinity Bellwoods chocolate tour, which takes you to the King and Queen West neighbourhoods to explore some of the city’s best purveyors of chocolate.
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Hip Urban Girl, May 2012
Warning: this article may cause uncontrollable urges to consume large amounts of delicious chocolate. Reader discretion is advised.
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Kiki's BFF, May 2012
If you are not very familiar with the downtown Toronto and love sweets, this is a great tour to discover all the treasures that we have.
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Purple Spatula, May 2012
I recommend going at least once and bring a friend or partner.
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Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance, April 2012
Each group gets a chance to sit down with the chocolate makers and morph-ers to learn about the process and intricacies of chocolate making in their particular style. It is intimate, informative and well worth the walk!
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UTSC Messenger, Feb 2012
Toronto is a cultured city… and it is nice to explore ethnicity and that side of the world in your part of the city.
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Bacon is Magic, Jan 2012
Audrey’s tour is great for both locals and visitors. You see the best of Toronto and learn strange things like where marshmallows come from...
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Near Afar, Jan 2012
It was good fun, a great way to meet new people (and kudos to one of our tour group members who actually made us this amazing crispy cookie with walnuts and WHITE CHOCOLATE in it! I saved it for the next day and it was DIVINE)...
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Dobbernation Loves, Jan 2012
If you are a first time visitor to El Torro or have grown up in the city Audrey’s Taste Tour is a delightful way to spend an afternoon satisfying your sweet tooth with friends.
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Omakase Box, Dec 2011
At Tasty Tours Toronto, Audrey does an amazing job showing you around quirky Kensington Market and the tasty spots that only a local will know. Not to mention all the things I’ve learned about sweets, the free samplings, store discounts, and quizzes!
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blogUT, Nov 2011
Looking for something sweet to eat? Some adventure perhaps? Something unusual, different, and exciting? Well, Tasty Tours is the answer!
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University of Toronto Magazine, Oct 2011
...the world’s most interesting desserts in Toronto’s Kensington Market.
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Choco-Locate, Sep 2011
Put your walking shoes on and dig your heels into the hustle and bustle of Kensington Market..
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