Residents of Melbourne is famous for their love of coffee. Coffee shops were scattered at various points in the state capital of Victoria.
However, if you are not a coffee fan and prefer the pleasure of chocolate, you have to try a number of outlets that sell hot chocholate.
Along Swanston Street alone, one of the busiest streets in downtown Melbourne, there are a number of outlets offering a cup of hot chocolate with a delicious taste.
When winter arrives, hot chocolate and someone dear, or least favorite book or devices, so the best partner to drive away the cold and melancholy.
Well, if you’re in Melbourne, do not miss to stop at the five outlets of hot chocolate as follows:
Hash Specialty Coffee and Roaster
As the name suggests, the main menu of this cafe is actually a coffee and various derivatives. However, this cafe provides the only hot chocolate menu that favors longer unique.
When the order came, the excitement presented on a tray on a wooden cutting board bergurat resemble the symbol “#” or hashtag (hashtag).
Hot chocolate containing 85 percent cocoa served in a beaker that is common in laboratories. Next to it, there is a cup with white cotton candy.
Do not wait too long, immediately pour hot chocolate confectionery upward just above the cup. No need to fear spilled because the flow of hot chocolate that will make a hole in the top of the candy.
Sensation drink “like a scientist” was perfect after a gulp of 150 ml of hot chocolate until firm. The joy of bitter and sour taste of chocolate Mork Swede output combined with the sweet taste of candy.
Because of the special, the price of hot chocolate in the cafe is a little more expensive than existing coffee menu. There will not regret paying 6 Australian dollars for the pleasure of a cup of hot chocolate in the Hash.
Here, the usual hot chocolate enjoyed by a wide variety of foods, such as french toast and baked egg for breakfast, beef burger and ribs for lunch or croissant for afternoon snack.
You can choose to sit indoors nuanced industrial or at the tables and chairs are lined up in the street, saw people passing or waiting in line awaiting their turn to eat and drink at Hash.
Address: 113 Hardware St, Melbourne VIC
Hours: 07:00 to 16:00 (weekdays), 08:00 to 16:00 (weekend)
Koko Black is one of the famous chocolate brands in Australia which is a family business from Melbourne. Outlets scattered in Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Sydney and Perth.
In Melbourne, the salon, the name for their outlets, there are at seven points. In each outlet, Koko Black also sells various kinds of chocolates, drinks, mousse, ice cream, and a cake made of chocolate.
Especially for drinks, you must try the Belgian Hot Chocolate. Fragrant chocolate instantly burst so the waiter gave orders hot chocolate. The Fragrance never lie. When diseruput, content of 54 percent dark chocolate, milk and cream will spoil the tongue. Its texture was smooth and creamy. The joy of hard to forget.
Salon Koko Black in Queen Victoria Market just a stall, while the salon in Collins Street thick with classical European architectural concept, not much different at the salon in The Canberra Center, Canberra.
Besides Belgian Hot Chocolate, to try is Hazelnut Hot Chocolate is made from a blend of Belgian chocolate recipe owned Koko Black and hazelnut paste from Gianduaja and Chili Hot Chocolate, Belgian chocolate recipe alloy and chili powder. A cup of chocolate in regular sizes priced at 6.5 Australian dollars, and simply add 2 Australian dollars if you want to upgrade to a large size (large).
Address: Queen Victoria Market, Dairy Produce Hall, Melbourne VIC
Opening hours: 08.00-14.00 (Tuesday and Thursday), 08.00-17.00 (Friday), 6:00 to 15:00 (Saturday), 09:00 to 16:00 (Sunday), Monday and Wednesday closed
Although originating from the United States, the majority of outlets “chocolate of the bald man” is based in Australia. Outlets spread across six Australian states except South Australia.
If you’re in the center of Melbourne in Victoria, a time to drop in to outlets located in QV Square.
Classic Hot Chocolate made for that attempts will never disappoint. You can pick your order hot chocolate composition made of dark chocolate, milk chocolate or white chocolate.
Blend of dark chocolate and milk fitting makes Classic Hot Chocolate as hot chocolate is actually far from being a kind of milk chocolate flavor. Moreover served with “latte art” display leaves in a mug without handles called “hug mugs”.
“Hug mug” deliberately designed without handles so that lovers could sip hot chocolate by holding a mug with both hands. It makes every visitor can celebrate drink hot chocolate with a more meaningful, full of happiness and warmth after a sip.
This idea appears inspired by the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland which states that a cup or mug can increase the fantasy of ritual drinking hot chocolate.
One mug Classic Hot Chocolate is quite redeemed at a price of 5.90 Australian dollars. If there is time to visit next time, do not be disappointed when you try “Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate” with a full sensation of spice or “Suckao: A Concentrated Chocolate Shot” 6:50 for the Australian dollar. Menu latter offers its own hot chocolate mix experience.
To accompany the hot chocolate drink, you can order Tutti-Frutti Waffle which was also served with a scoop of ice cream, Chocolate Soufflé or fruit served with melted chocolate, such as Chocolate Strawberry Dip.
Address: 25-27 Red Cape Lane, Level 2 QV Square, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC
Opening hours: 08:30 to 22:30 (Monday-Thursday), 08:00 to 23:30 (Friday), 09:00 to 23:30 (Saturday), 09:00 to 22:30 (Sunday)
San Churro Chocolateria
From the bench outlets Chocolateria San Churro in QV Centre, you can sip hot chocolate while relaxing choice.
For instance, drinking hot chocolate while enjoying the scenery only people or vehicles passing on the busy Swanston Street, one of the busiest streets in Melbourne, or just read a magazine or newspaper that is deliberately provided to accompany the visitors.
San Churro, you will be intrigued by the diversity of hot chocolate offered. If you are a classic, Dark Chocolate or Classic Spanish for 5.95 Australian dollars per cup could be the best option. The difference, texture Classic Spanish thicker, while the more bitter sensation felt in Dark Chocolate.
However, if you like trying new things, try Azteca, alloy Spaniard delicious cocoa with chili powder. Its texture is creamy and of course rich in spices and spicy sensation. A friend fell in love with this hot chocolate and never change their votes when they travel to San Churro outlets.
As a companion sipping hot chocolate, of course you can order a variety of menu options churros and chocolate melt. There are packages for their own churros, both or busy-busy plus strawberries or churos also contain hazelnut or caramel flavored chocolate Spanish style in it. Perfect.
Address: Shop LTL 255, QV Centre, Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC
Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. to 22:00 (Monday-Thursday), 9:00 a.m. to 23:00 (Friday-Saturday), 10:00 to 22:00 (Sunday)
Guylian Belgian Chocolate Café
Who does not know the Guylian chocolate brand from Belgium. Location cafés can be found in Swanston Street, Melbourne.
Drinking Hot Chocolate Guylian like eating different types of chocolate which is famous for delicious. It felt inclined sweet, yet still faintly bitter taste of chocolate.
Do not spend a hot chocolate Guylian quickly because you will find a surprise at the last sip. Melted chocolate left in the bottom of the cup.
You will not be embarrassed to drink while lifting the cup up high to melt the chocolate it can glide successfully into the mouth without remaining.
Another menu that can be tried as Peppermint Hot Chocolate, Coconut Hot Chocolate or Banana and Caramel Hot Chocolate. Each priced at 6.20 Australian dollars per cup.
Similar to the other chocolate stores, in each outlet Guylian chocolates are also sold various kinds, ranging from pralines to bars. You also can order a variety of dessert, ranging from mousse until ganache, or waffle.
Address: 146 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC
Opening hours: 8:00 to 21:00 (Monday-Wednesday), 08:00 to 22:00 (Thursday-Friday), 9:00 a.m. to 22:00 (Saturday), 09:00 to 21:00 (Sunday)