Hot Chocolate Flakes - 250g
As the numbers of artisan coffee roasters and tea merchants increases each year, hot chocolate has been left behind. However, we intend to change that.
Before cocoa powder was invented, all hot chocolates were made with real, indulgent chocolate. But then... along came cocoa powder, which was cheap to manufacture but poor in flavour. Going back to basics, all of our products use real chocolate just waiting to be melted. Because of this, our drinks are much more creamy and luxurious than anything you are used to.
Our recipes are inspired by traditional 'Parisian Hot Chocolates' which have traditionally been sold in and among the old street of Paris. As a result, we use blends of real, decadent Belgian chocolate with a little sugar to enhance and bolden the flavour. This is how hot chocolate should be...
If you want to see how to make this decadent drink as well as its Viennese, Genevan and Spanish cousins, then visit our Serving Suggestions guide.
Each pack contains 250g (roughly 8 portions) and have a shelf life of around 1 year. The chocolate has been finely grated so melts easily.
Allergen information is at the bottom of the page.
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Allergens and Ingredient Information
We only use two allergens in our factory; Milk and Soya. We do not use ingredients that may contain other allergens. Our founder has a severe allergy to nuts so these are totally banned from any part of the factory building.
All of our dark chocolate products may contain Milk as there is milk chocolate used in all parts of the factory. Most people consider them to be vegan friendly. All our hot chocolate flakes are vegetarian.
Irish Cream and Marshmallow have trace quantities of alcohol in their flavourings.
We supply our retail bags to shops, delis and other businesses all over the country. Please contact us for the trade prices.
Wholesale, White Label and Re-branding
We are happy to supply our hot chocolates in large quantities to be repacked or we can relabel them for you. We have worked with tea and coffee companies as well as others who wish to sell their own hot chocolate without the hassle of making it themselves.