This café is located on Piazza della Signoria and is the perfect place to relax after a long day of exploring the beautiful city of Florence. Their cioccolato caldo is a syrupy and rich hot chocolate, that mimics the intensity of espresso. For the dark chocolate lovers out there, ask for it without the whipped cream to enjoy the pure chocolate taste. If you’re not in to the bitterness, the whipped cream will give you the sweetness that you desire. Another tip is to order directly at the bar, where it’ll be cheaper than if you’re served a table.
Address: Piazza Signoria angolo via Vacchereccia 4r 50122 Firenze, Italia
Koko Monk is for the adventurous chocolate eaters and hot chocolate drinkers. With chocolate candy with flavours like parsnip, ghost pepper and watermelon you can see why. But the hot chocolates are no exception with 10 different ones to choose from! No hot chocolate on the menu will be like anything you’ve ever tried, especially the Harem A La Turca, which is decribed as a “drink for gods and goddesses, exotic and misty Turkish coffee with pure, organic dark chocolate.” Another plus is that all the hot chocolates are vegan!
Address: 1849 W 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 5B8, Canada
Here is where your mug of hot chocolate magically becomes the best dipping sauce you’ve ever had. The thick chocolate is served with a big plate of warm, freshly fried churros that will surpass any churro experience you’ve ever had. Once you’ve had this drink, you’ll want it 24/7! Which is fine because Chocolatéria San Ginés is open 24 hours!
Address: Pasadizo San Ginés, 5, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Located in San Francisco’s Mission District, Dandelion Chocolate serves two kinds of hot chocolate, featuring their small-batch, bean-to-bar chocolates. Their European drinking chocolate is rich and thick, while the Mission hot chocolate features a hint of spices, similar to Mexican hot chocolate. What really makes the drink amazing are the homemade marshmallows that indescribably big and fluffy.
Address: 740 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
Angelina is one of the most famous tea rooms in Paris since its opening in 1903. The café attracts many tourists, and waiting for a table without a reservation could take a while, because the African Hot Chocolate is famously good. The exact recipe is a secret, but it is generally a special blend made with chocolates sourced form Ghana, Nigeria and the Ivory Coast. Tip: order the signature Mont Blanc Pastry on the side and you’ll be in chocolate heaven!
This is New York’s renown ice cream haven/restaurant. Their signature Frrrozen Hot Chocolate is a perfectly balanced blend of icy chocolate, served in a glass bowl and topped with homemade whipped cream and chocolate shavings. It really is more of a dessert than a beverage!
Address: 225 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022, United States