Hot Chocolate Blocks

22 Sep

With cooler weather setting in and thoughts turning to cosy nights by the fire, what could be nicer than a rich mug of hot chocolate.

Melt, a fabulous London chocolatier and boutique, has developed a gorgeous range of  hot chocolate blocks.

Simply dissolve a block in a mug of hot milk and there you have it!

The blocks come in six flavours (all single origin): Venezuela Dark, Milk Madagascar, Dark Madagascar, Papua New Guinea, Caribbean and Colombia.

At only £2.50 each and wrapped so prettily, I think they make the perfect gift. Or stocking stuffer, if you’re one of those enviable people already preparing for Christmas.

You can buy the blocks online at the Melt website or, if you’re in London, visit the boutique in Notting Hill.

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4 Responses to “Hot Chocolate Blocks”

  1. Julia September 23, 2010 at 8:45 pm #

    Hi Helen
    Thanks for your comment on the blog and Tracey and I have been knattering about follow up classes so – yes – we should be able to manage those too! We’re thinking of a lesson in basic lace knitting, one on colourwork, one on more complex pattern reading and shaping etc, possibly one on more complex cables (though that one might fit into complext pattern reading!) and a whole workshop on finishing off garments – which is the bit that everyone hates. Looking forward to seeing you on the 7th. Marie put your name in the book but I think she’s got the phone number down wrong as I tried to ring you and it wasn’t available – hence contacting you via your blog! Hope you don’t mind. See you on the 7th.
    Julia, Knit Wits, Penzance

  2. Geeta September 24, 2010 at 1:39 am #

    I love this idea! And they look lovely. Want!

  3. Minnesota Pilgrim September 25, 2010 at 2:42 pm #

    I adore the simplicity of these and they are vibrantly gorgeous.

  4. Cosy Home Blog December 3, 2010 at 10:32 am #

    These look brilliant, off to find out more!

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