An energising chocolate drink made from a purely plant-based, white coconut chocolate and coconut milk, giving it an exotic, tropical flavour. Added to this Caribbean mix is a dark chocolate with a 70% cocoa content and of course some mildly spicy and thoroughly refreshing ginger.
This invigorating chocolate drink is purely plant-based and completely vegan.
110 g packages at 5 bars per 22 g
Shelf life: minimum 5 months from shipping date
with milk or plant-based alternative
Heat up 200-300ml of milk or plant-based alternative for each bar of drinking chocolate. Combine the chocolate and the liquid, mix well using a food processor or a hand mixer and your chocolate smoothie will be ready in no time!
In a small pan, bring 200ml milk or plant-based alternative to the boil, add one chocolate bar and combine well with a hand blender. Briefly boil one more time and the chocolate drink is ready!
Heat up 200-300ml of milk or plant-based alternative. Add a bar of drinking chocolate to the liquid and let it steep for 1-2 minutes, then whisk until the bar is dissolved. Let the drink sit for another 1-2 minutes to allow all the flavours to infuse before giving it another good whisk. Enjoy!
Cool – Drinking Chocolate on Ice:
Prepare your Drinking Chocolate “normally", let it cool down in the fridge and serve it with ice cubes or crushed ice.
Packacking Dimension: W: 42 x H: 20 x D: 81 mm
Drinking Chocolate Bar° with ginger° and coconut°
Ingredients: raw cane sugar°*, cocoa butter°*, rice drink powder°(rice°, sunflower oil°, salt), cocoa mass°*, coconut crisps°*(8%), ginger powder°(4%), coconut powder°(3%: coconut milk°, maltodextrin°), thickener: locust bean gum°, salt, lemon powder°(lemon juice concentrate°, corn starch°, sugar°), vanilla powder°, emulsifier: lecithin (sunflower)°
Cocoa (cocoa mass and cocoa butter): 36% minimum
*fair traded, fair trade content in total: 79%
°from controlled organic cultivation
May contain traces of all types of nuts, peanuts, milk, sesame und soy.
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Average nutritional value per 100 g