Woolworths (at R40 a cup!) makes the best takeaway hot chocolate in South Africa
We went for quick service… and brands available at multiple places…Andrew Ross, Managing Director - Chaos Theory
Hot chocolate – especially in winter – makes life worth living.
It comes in many variations and marketed under various brand names.
Fun facts about the good stuff:
In 18th century England it was known as “The Drink of the Gods”.
In Nigeria it’s called “chocolate tea”.
Who makes the best takeaway hot chocolate in South Africa?
Chaos Theory did the, uhm, "reasearch" and this is how the taste-tested brands rank:
Woolworths has the best hot chocolate in South Africa… 40 bucks!Andrew Ross, Managing Director - Chaos Theory
3) Vida e Caffè
4) Mugg & Bean
5) Vovo Telo
6) Seattle Coffee Company
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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