Charles and Camilla have a gold ticket to visit the chocolate factory while visiting Grenada

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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall had a gold ticket to visit a chocolate factory in Grenada as part of their 12-day Caribbean tour.

As part of their visit to the region, the couple met some of the country's most famous chocolatiers, innovative spice producers and later learn about projects to improve the management of the Caribbean Sea.

The prince and duchess received a colorful welcome when they arrived in the heart of the island capital.

Young women dressed in traditional costumes flanked the narrow streets as they headed for the waterfront to see an exhibition of local produce and spices.

ITV's Royal Editor Chris Ship is on the island while the couple is visiting.

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The couple then visited a chocolate factory on the island, learning how the business is thriving and tasting chocolate bars and cocoa tea, a traditional chocolate drink.

Charles and his wife received a colossal package full of goodies to celebrate their visit to House of Chocolate – and of course they compared the classic movie.

During the visit, Charles observed the chocolate liqueurs and joked: "I could try some of this on the way back!"

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Grenada is known as the spice island and the prince and duchess will subsequently visit an exhibition and feel how innovative producers are finding new uses for spices in tea, soaps and cosmetics.

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