Drinking chocolate

The Drinking chocolate dates back to the mystical rituals of the Mayans and the Aztecs. After the discovering of the “New world” the conquistadors are the first to bring it across the ocean to Europe. At first, the chocolate beverage was prepared without any sweetening, but soon people began adding sugar.
Thus, the classic recipe was born, which later turned into a desired drink of the royal courts across Europe.
Today, Casa Kakau’s drinking chocolate is made in the same way, from selected cocoa beans and brown cane sugar, as centuries ago when it was introduced to the royal courts across Europe. This pure, 100% natural product, does not contain lecithin, hydrogenated/palm oil, or gluten, while keeping all beneficial ingredients for one’s health.

How to prepare it (for 2 cups):

  • Heat ½ 100 ml. of milk or water.

  • Add 2-3 spoons of drinking chocolate. Whisk vigorously over low heat until all the chocolate is completely melted,
    or use immersion blender until all chocolate is uniform in consistency.

  • Pour into 2 espresso cups or mugs and enjoy.

For a thicker concoction, use cream. Spices that go along with this recipe are chili, pink peppercorn or cinnamon.