It’s been a while since we talked about our Despana basket. There’s only a couple of items left and we were waiting for cooler weather to have the Chocolate a la Taza. They call it Spanish Drinking Chocolate but it’s what we call Hot Chocolate.

Chocolate a la taza

I followed the instructions on the back, 40 grams of chocolate per cup of milk (whole milk of course), stirred in and brought to a boil. The flavor is good, although I prefer darker. It coats your mouth nicely, and it was exactly what I was craving, enjoying it to the last drop. It didn’t have an immediate after taste, but a few minutes after finishing the cup, there was a little bit of a taste that I wanted to wash out. I’ve got to make some marshmallows next time.

Valor Chocolate Spanish Drinking Chocolate
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