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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

The Best Hot Chocolate in Toronto

The best hot chocolate in Toronto is the perfect cup of creamy, steamy, and sometimes tricked out chocolate, decked out with all assortments of marshmallows and other sweet treats.

Here's the best hot chocolate in Toronto.

5 - Sweet Jesus

For the true sweet tooth is this soft serve ice cream chain with three different types of hot chocolate. Their salted caramel comes with an Oreo rim, though their cake batter and S’mores drinks are equally delicious.
3 - SOMA Chocolate

Toronto’s best-known brand for all things chocolate doesn’t just do hot chocolate, they do ‘drinking chocolate’, which just sounds so much fancier. Not be missed is their Mayan chocolate, at either their King West or Distillery locations.
4 - Cacao 70 Toronto

This Montreal-based chain makes devouring all things chocolate a true experience. Head to their stores in the Distillery District or Queen West for different variations of this drink served in a goblet or loaded with marshmallows.
6 - Bobbette & Belle on Yonge

Silky, dark creations can be found at this popular bakery located on Queen East and by Yonge and Lawrence. Each comes with hand-torched marshmallows that are lovingly dropped in with tongs.
7 - OMG Baked Goodness

The marshmallows at this bakery on Dundas West are particularly delicious. They’re all homemade, gooey, fluffy, and sweet, and they toast it right before your eyes. You can even add an espresso shot.
8 - ChocoSol

Run to this tiny yellow storefront on St. Clair West, where lies some truly wholesome drinking chocolate. Find flavours like Mayan Mocha, Oaxacan Cinnamon, and Vanilla Choco-latte. They retail the magical stuff in small, round pucks.
9 - Maman

This stylish bakery on the mezzanine of First Canadian Place is the perfect lunchtime getaway when you’re craving a sweet cup of chocolate, including one infused with frothy lavender.
11 - SPORT Gallery

Head inside this Distillery gallery to the Arena Coffee Bar, a Leafs-inspired cafe serving up Pilot coffee and specialty drinks. Among them, the King Clancy: a hot chocolate with maple syrup and whipped cream, in honour of a Maple Leafs player.
10 - Soul Chocolate

Small batch chocolate is all made in-house at this East Chinatown cafe. Their beautifully packaged bars are pretty, but so is their drinking chocolate, which comes in classic, peppermint, or Mayan-style.

by Tanya Mok via blogTO

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