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10 Must-Try Hot Chocolates In Ayala Center, Makati

10 Must-Try Hot Chocolates In Ayala Center, Makati


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6. Habitual Coffee (P140-160), Salcedo Village

Get ready for the purest and darkest experience of your life: Habitual Coffee offers single origin chocolate, hot or iced, with a choice between 75% Davao Occidental chocolate and 70% South Cotabato chocolate. The Philippines is more than just rice and mangoes.

Single origin means that the cacao beans were sourced from a single producer or region; this certifies that the cacao beans are 100% pure, real, and traceable, so that your hot chocolate is both authentic and sustainable. Habitual Coffee’s Single Origin Chocolate offers a more mature and sophisticated taste of chocolate as it is, untainted by an excess of artificial sweeteners or added flavors. Chocolate in all its darkness and glory. If you’re looking to bring a solid bar home, Habitual Coffee also has 35g and 75g bars up for sale.

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