Tag: Drink Chocolate

Autumn Drinking Chocolate Pairings

Written by : Posted on October 24, 2015 : No Comments

01076b4bae393a55fae13034a0e358c14c479b1ad5Enjoying food and drink is an experience. It incorporates each and every one of your senses. From the ingredients you choose, to the presentation, and the pairings, every element comes together to enhance the culinary experience. The same goes for the indulgent enjoyment of drinking chocolate. The quality of the chocolate you have chosen, to your choice in dairy, and spices each and every mug of drinking chocolate offers a world of variety and individuality. Choosing to pair a drinking chocolate alongside a tasty treat allows for an even more unique experience! We love using seasonal flavors and ingredients to inspire our drinking chocolate pairings. Here are a few of our favorite recipes this fall!

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Recipe Roundup: Fall Inspired Drinking Chocolates

Written by : Posted on October 3, 2015 : No Comments

With the days getting shorter and the air getting crisper, it’s a time that many of us turn to a nice warm mug of drinking chocolate. Throughout the summer we have been highlighting ice cold drinking chocolate delicacies. But now it’s time to turn up the heat – both in flavor and temperature! Drinking chocolate is an incredibly versatile indulgence. There are so many ways to make a delicious mug of drinking chocolate all yours. For example, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, spices and flavorings, read on to get inspired by some fall drinking chocolate ideas!

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Drinking Chocolate in Seattle: Theo’s

In Seattle, gourmet foods and drinks are a way of life. When it comes to drinking chocolate there are no shortage of options in the Seattle area. And one of those options is Theo. Theo is the North America’s first ever third party certified organic, fair trade chocolate maker. Their environmental stewardship and community involvement both in Seattle and abroad make their delicious bean to bar creations even more delicious!

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Drinking Chocolate in London, England

While the United Kingdom might be better known for their tea, the drinking chocolate to be found here is nothing to scoff at! In England, hot beverages are a way of life. Whether it is your morning cuppa, or an afternoon event, tea, drinking chocolate and coffee all have a special place in British society. But where is the best drinking chocolate to be found in London, England? Read on to find out!

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Drinking Chocolate in Rome, Italy

Written by : Posted on August 29, 2015 : No Comments

Rome is one of the world’s most sought out urban destinations. Revered for its gourmet restaurants, historical landmarks, and ancient influences, the saying “When in Rome” certainly hits home. Drinking chocolate throughout Italy has enjoyed a delicious past, and is still enjoyed today!

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Vegan Drinking Chocolate

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Perhaps, you have been thinking that just because you are vegan, you will have to go your whole life without knowing the joys of drinking chocolate. Well fear not! Vegan drinking chocolate is out there, and it’s waiting for you to experience it! Keep in mind that when making vegan drinking chocolate, it is just as important as with regular drinking chocolate to use the very best ingredients you can.

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Drinking Chocolate in North America: Part 2

Written by : Posted on July 26, 2015 : No Comments

Drinking chocolate in North American British Colonies quickly gained in popularity. Eventually, it wasn’t just the aristocracy that was imbibing, but also the everyday citizen. Colonialists, workers, and members of the aristocracy alike would gather at coffee houses to enjoy a mug of drinking chocolate while discussing the settlement of their new colony.

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Drinking Chocolate Profile: Mink Chocolates, Vancouver

Written by : Posted on July 11, 2015 : No Comments

In 1918, Gustav Von Mink was fervishly planting the last rows of his crops before his wife gave birth to their second child. But, the day’s events would take a different turn that evening when representatives of the Czar’s security force rode onto the Mink property. They informed Mink that he had three days to pack up his farm, his life, and his growing family and leave. As it turned out, the Czar was taking possession of the Mink family’s property.

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