Luxury White Hot Chocolate
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Brimming with buttery sweetness, this much-loved classic calls for a mountain of whipped cream and an avalanche of marshmallows.
Sugar, Cocoa Butter (15%), Skimmed Milk Powder, Whey Powder (Milk), Dextrose, Salt, Flavouring, Emulsifier: E450.
ALLERGY ADVICE: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Blended and packed in the UK.
Contents may settle in transit.
Store in a cool dry place.
Nutritional Facts Per 100g Per 20g as sold Energy (kJ) 1925 385 (Kcal) 457 91 Fat 14.9g 3.0g of which saturates 9.0g 1.8g Carbohydrates 76.8g 15.4g of which sugars 76.8g 15.4g Protein 4.1g 0.8g Salt 1.15g 0.23g
Ooooh! Yes please...By Podlypiper from Alnwick, Northumberland on 11/28/2018Absolutely gorgeous - like a warm sweet hug. Ideal for having after a winter's walk, or as an alternative to mulled wine after carol singing. It is sweet - sweeter than I normally have drinks - but it is more of a treat drink - as an alternative to a hot toddy for some nurturing comfort. Highly recommended.Best Hot Chocolate I've ever hadBy NiamhErin from Brighton on 10/31/2018Me and my other half tried a sample in the Portsmouth store, and we ended up buying 3 of these!! Best hot chocolate I've ever had in my life, need an endless supply as we're already running low!!Spot onBy Laura from Oxford on 12/12/2018White hot chocolate can be very hit or miss, but this is spot on - really does taste and smell just like creamy white chocolate.Melted milky BarBy Charlotte from Derby on 12/13/2018This product is truly amazing, it is like drinking liquid milky bar and is incredible! Highly addictive. Also love your white chocolate spoon you’re doing for Xmas too!HeavenlyBy Anna from Chichester on 10/09/2018Please bury me with this powder, no afterlife can be better than this hot chocolate (2 teaspoons is enough).Too SweetBy Silver from Finland on 12/08/2018Too sweet even with lowest proportion
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When the tradition of drinking chocolate first took hold of London society in the 17th century, early aficionados had no idea what lay in store. It was hundreds of years before white chocolate finally arrived on sweet-shop shelves – not long after, Whittard went and reinvented the hot chocolate flavour wheel with our famous white hot chocolate.