Whittard of Chelsea Hot Chocolate: A Review


First of all, I must apologise for not updating in a while. Not only has the weather steadily been getting hotter again, but also I’ve been able to have more time with my close family these past couple of weeks. I’ve got a few things lined up, though, to make up for my absence – and I’ll start it off with a review of all the Whittards hot chocolates I’ve tried so far.

Luxury Hot Chocolates: White, Milk and Dark

I’ve used the milk hot chocolate from this range a few times after receiving it as a birthday present, and I have to say that I really enjoy using it. The texture is absolutely perfect – it’s so silky and blends together perfectly, unlike a lot of powder-based hot chocolates. Not only that, it’s flavour is definitely very chocolatey, but sweet enough to be a crowd pleaser. I’ve used it as…

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2 thoughts on “Whittard of Chelsea Hot Chocolate: A Review

  1. We were the first shop outside of London to stock Whittards teas and confess in 1988. After looking like it would collapse, the company has reinvented itself keeping all the best elements of its brand and staying true to its brilliance at stocking the very best, including hot chocolate 🙂

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