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7 of London’s many palatable prohibited chocolates

7 of London's many palatable prohibited chocolates
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It’s bloody frozen outside, and what better way to comfortable up than with a bubbling crater of fiery chocolate?

The homemade things just isn’t going to cut it yet – Jan is grave adequate but having to suck down some powdered monstrosity.

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Our advice? Ditch the present and provide yourself to something a bit some-more decadent.

Cocoa is full of absolute antioxidants too, so it’s fundamentally health food. (That’s the story and we’re adhering to it.)

Here are the many palatable prohibited chocolates to try in London:

Paul A Young

#hotchocolate #cardamom #warm #winteriscoming #delicious #happiness #paulayoung

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Perhaps the granddaddy of all of London’s intensely imagination prohibited chocolates, Paul A. Young’s Aztec chronicle comes laced with a tradition mix of warming cinnamon, cardamom, ginger nutmeg and chilli.

Happy Endings

It’s prohibited chocolate Sunday, that’s the word on the street. We’ve forsaken an olive oil marshmallow (made by @silkaud) in this one! Dive right in!!! Open from 11 to 5 currently in @oldspitalfieldsmarket #thekitchens . . This abounding and tasty thing is done of march with @original_beans #femmesdevirunga and #cruvirunga and @theestatedairy milk. It’s f’n good!! . #artisan #chocolatier #sundayvibes #newopening #oldspitalfields . Amazing photo by @theredbeanienz

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Rockstar dessert bar Happy Endings sells a singly well-spoken and formidable prohibited chocolate surfaced with a homemade olive oil marshmallow.

(Don’t hit it ‘til you’ve tried it. Seriously.)

Cutter Squidge

This was utterly presumably the best prohibited chocolate we have ever tasted in my life! ☕️ #hotchocolate #cutterandsquidge #hotchoc #hotchocolatetime #hotchoc #saltedcaramel #caramel #marshmallow #london #ldn

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Soho bakery Cutter Squidge sells its famous pickled caramel prohibited chocolate to splash in or take away, and it’s Veganuary-friendly too, with oat, almond and soy divert options.

The Habit

Coming shortly ….. Terrys chocolate orange prohibited chocolate!!! #boozyhotchocolate #hotchocolate #loadedhotchocolate #freakshakes #loadedup #notterrysitsmine #thehabitlondon #londonfoodie #london @timeoutlondon @thenudgelondon @opentableuk @justopenedlondon

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South Londoners chasing their chocolate fix should conduct to The Habit, which has locations in Nunhead and the South London Gallery Cafe.

Its Terry’s Chocolate Orange-inspired draught comes peaked with Cointreau, surfaced with churned cream and studded with mini Terry’s Chocolate Orange segments.

Chin Chin Labs

Stay Warm Babes 💋Serving Killer Hot Chocolate all day in Camden, Soho, @streetfeastldn Hawker House Winterville #brunch #Saturday #warm #love #hotchocolate #chocolate #vegetarian #vanilla #marshmallow #london #soho #camden #winterville #hawkerhouse #chef #handmade #foodie #chinchinlabs #chinchinclub #chinchinicecream #killericecreambabe #love #eat

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Camden Market’s Chin Chin Labs is Europe’s first glass nitro ice cream parlour, but it’s worth a revisit for its pimped-up prohibited chocolate, which comes with a toasted marshmallow top.

Bar Termini

Best prohibited chocolate in London #bartermini #london #soho #bars #drinks #cocktails #drinkfactory #delicious #winter #chocolate #sweet #milk #dairy

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There’s no messing around at Soho’s Bar Termini, whose no-frills Cioccolato – a crater of pristine glass chocolate dreams – is designed with purists in mind.


Our tantalizing prohibited chocolate is the ideal way to provide yourself in the run-up to Christmas! #HotChocolate #MyMelba

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Head to Melba at The Savoy for some of London’s many outlandishly prosperous prohibited chocolate.

Choose between traditional, Brazilian or gratifying variations before adding any multiple of posh toppings, such as dejected macaroon, cookie mix and crunchy chocolate pearls. 

Emily Gibson is a food and lifestyle blogger at Curious London. Follow her on Twitter @CuriouslyEmily.

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