The six best hot chocolates in the world
Angelina- PARIS, FRANCE
Coco Chanel was a loyal customer of this iconic tea room. It’s famous for its ‘chocolat l’africain’, served with its signature pastry, the creamy Mont Blanc, with meringue and chestnut cream.
Chocolatería San Ginés- MADRID, SPAIN
Many party nights end up at the tables in San Ginés, eating ‘churros’ doughnuts with chocolate. This chocolate and doughnut shop is open 24 hours a day. Anytime is a good time to try them.
Chocolopolis- SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
They say that artisan chocolate is like a good bottle of wine. That’s why their chocolates have a denomination of origin. The extensive menu includes cacaos from Madagascar and Colombia.
Xoco por Ti- SANTIAGO, CHILE
At this ‘chocolate bar’ in Little Italy, the employees are chocolate baristas. Its creations are so personal that they have the names of songs. “A ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to go, please”.
Confiserie Sprüngli- ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
Its founder, David Sprüngli, was one of the pioneers who helped make Switzerland the chocolate capital of the world. For their ‘Chocolat Chaud’ they use 70% Grand Cru dark chocolate.
French Broad Chocolates- ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
They started by selling their homemade products on the Internet. Now people visit the city to try them. The Kulfi liquid truffle is a must-try, inspired by the Indian ice cream that contains rose, cardamom and pistachio.