Spicy Aztec hot chocolate

Here's an easy recipe that pays tribute to the roots of chocolate. Chocolate was originally a bitter drink brewed by the Aztecs for special occasions and feasts: cocoa beans were ground, and then mixed with water and hot spices. This recipe is real bittersweet chocolate, enriched with piri piri to give it some extra punch. Add the spices to your liking.


Created by
  • Peter Hernou - Ambassador Chocolate Academy Benelux

Spicy Aztec hot chocolate

ingredients preparation
  • 20cl
    Whole milk
  • 1/2spoon(s)

Add milk and piri-piri in the pitcher and heat with the steamer until frothy (72°C).

  • 1sachet

Pour the content of a sachet of Finest Belgian Hot Chocolate - Dark, Milk, White or Caramel Callets™, in the glass. Stir well.

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