We went for quick service… and brands available at multiple places…— Andrew Ross, Managing Director - Chaos Theory
Hot chocolate – especially in winter – makes life worth living.
It comes in many variations and marketed under various brand names.
Fun facts about the good stuff:
In 18th century England it was known as “The Drink of the Gods”.
- In Nigeria it’s called “chocolate tea”.
Who makes the best takeaway hot chocolate in South Africa?
Chaos Theory did the, uhm, "reasearch" and this is how the taste-tested brands rank:
Woolworths has the best hot chocolate in South Africa… 40 bucks!— Andrew Ross, Managing Director - Chaos Theory
3) Vida e Caffè
4) Mugg & Bean
5) Vovo Telo
6) Seattle Coffee Company
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