9 amazing hot chocolates to order in Liverpool
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Once January kicks in and things start to get back to normal, it’s good to have little treats to look forward to – especially if you’re giving Dry January a try.
When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing nicer than a hot chocolate to warm you up, so whether you prefer to go old school and keep it classic, or you like yours loaded with extras, here are 9 amazing hot chocolates to order in Liverpool …
It’s always nice to have options in life, and Coast Café on Allerton Road in Woolton gives you plenty of gorgeous ones when it comes to hot chocolates. If you’ve finished off all the nice Christmas chocs, head here for an After Eight, Ferrero Rocher, Baileys white or Terry’s Chocolate hot choc.
Brew Coffee & Kitchen, Crosby
Brew whipped up a fabulous hot choc menu in the run-up to Christmas and the good news is it’s staying until the end of February. Indulge in a whole selection of flavours including mint, Black Forest, s’mores, chocolate orange or a delicious honeycomb version.
Rough Hand Made, Albert Dock
When you’re having a wander down at the Albert Dock, the best way to tackle the waterfront winds is with a Velvet hot chocolate from Rough Hand Made. No need for any added extras, this is just pure chocolatey beauty – chunky curls of chocolate melted using hot frothy milk poured on top of them.
Café Sass, Tithebarn Street
If you like your hot chocolate with a side of Insta fabulousness then Café Sass on Tithebarn Street has it because it’s a little stunner (especially if you love pink!). Definitely one of the prettiest places to go for a drink, and it has a choice of hot chocs including s’mores, chocolate orange and Nutella.
Hotel Chocolat, Liverpool ONE
You need a pitstop when you’re shopping, so take a break at Hotel Chocolat where you can find out how they make thwie velvety hot chocs and try out flavours like the chilli dark, maple and pecan or salted caramel – and you can get a cocoa whip on top or on the side.
Head to Leaf on Bold Street, Smithdown Road or over in West Kirkby and alongside their array of teas, they’ve got a trio of lovely hot chocs too. Everyone’s got their own favourite, so go for milk, dark (made with 70% dark chocolate) or white, topped with toasted marshmallows for an extra sweet kick.
Café Lucaya, Water Street
Anyone giving Dry January a miss this year should get to Café Lucaya in Tower Building because as well as regular Belgian, they’ve got a couple of boozy hot chocs that could be just what you’re looking for on a chilly afternoon. Why not try an amaretto one made with a slug of Disarrono?
Rococo Coffee House, Lord Street
Upstairs on Lord Street, Rococo is the perfect place for a pit stop if you’re out in town. Give yourself a whopping treat with one of their hot chocs, piled high with whipped cream and marshmallows … or you could always have a Baileys one if you fancy, January feels like it lasts forever so no-one’s judging.
On Dale Street, opposite the Town Hall, Moose is known for its coffee and amazing breakfasts, but it does a very decent hot chocolate too – Moose chocolate sticks melted into a mug of steaming hot milk. If you’re doing Veganuary, they have a vegan-friendly dark choc stick served with plant-based milk.