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TCHO New American Chocolate
NEW AMERICAN CHOCOLATE
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TCHOPro Drinking Chocolate 3kg bag

TCHO's dark chocolate crumbles are formulated to create an intensely rich, deep fudgy flavor that is perfect for making a cozy cup of extraordinary hot cocoa, a refreshing iced chocolate drink or a velvety smooth chocolate sauce that can be used on anything!

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ingredients
Ingredients: Dark chocolate (cacao beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla beans), sugar, cocoa powder.

Availability: In stock

$82.50
3kg | 6.61lb bag
TCHOPro Drinking Chocolate 3kg bag is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hot chocolate squared TLDR: This stuff is awesome, always use an immersion blender to make, very flexible use, in my case totally worth starting out with the 3kg bag. ---LONGER-COMMENT---- I've always found hot chocolate to be hot bland/sweet drink, but imagined that there must be a way to make drink that has the full punch of chocolate in it. The "TCHO Shot" recipe is that drink! -What-are-drinking-chocolate-crumbles- Best I can tell, the chocolate crumbles are a course grind of chocolate that is then tumbled with some cocoa-power/sugar. It certainly seems like something you could make on your own, though I'm not quite sure how to go about grinding chocolate. -How-am-I-making-the-drink- The bag says to make a shot with 3 tbsp of mix and 1/4 cut water. The website says to do 6 tbsp of mix and 6 tbsp of water. I've found that 6 tbsp of mix with around 10 tbsp of water (filling my immersion benders vessel to 235ml/8fl-oz of the combination) works best. You can reduce the water for a richer blend, though the final product is still amazing rich even at 2:1 water/mix -USE-IMMERSION-BENDER!- I started out trying to make the drink by just letting the crumbles melt in the water - even at a rolling boil there just isn't enough heat in the water to get through the larger crumbles. Your left with an overly sweet drink that has chocolate grit at the bottom of the glass. When you use the immersion blender (which can be had for < $40) not only do you end up with a completely smooth drink, but the flavor is much darker and complex (I think because it better emulsifies the chocolate into the water)
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavenly Chocolate You're sold out! Unacceptable! I'm addicted! Help! Get this back in stock immediately if not sooner! thank you.
Date published: 2015-12-05
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Is this product the same as the drinking crumbles in the canister

Asked by: Linda
The 3kg bag of drinking chocolate crumbles is the same as the crumbles in the drinking chocolate canister.
Answered by: TCHOalana
Date published: 2014-10-29

Approximately, how many cups of hot chocolate can be made from a 3kg bag of TCHOPro Drinking Chocolate crumbles?

Asked by: Michael
For hot chocolate, we recommend 70 grams of Drinking Chocolate. That yields approximately 42 servings.
Answered by: TCHOHeather
Date published: 2014-09-25

Can I order it so when it comes in I'll get it right away?  I want to order 3 bags.

Asked by: SallyQ

Any idea when your chocolate drink crumbles will be back on the market? Thanks

Asked by: NOGOonCOCAO

When will it be available?  It's been months of "temporary" unavailable.  I can handle the truth!

Asked by: obanyan

the temporary sold out status is months old.  When will it be available?  Yes, I can handle the truth.

Asked by: obanyan

Do I order it and just wait for it to ship?  When will it be available?

Asked by: obanyan

how ounces of water do you add to your product to a make a cup of hot chocolate

Asked by: Sharon
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