Last winter, we set out to find our favorite cup of melty, sugary (or not-so-sugary), drinkable, good-to-the-last-drop hot chocolate. The kind that warms you from your head to your toes. The kind that’s worth going back for. Time after time. Here are our four favorites:
779 E. 300 South, Salt Lake City
Served in a nice, round mug, Caffe Niche’s hot cocoa is rich without any trace of bitterness, and creamy without being overly sweetened. To make things better, it’s served at the ideal temperature. And just look at that froth! Read the entire post here.
282 E. 900 South, Salt Lake City
It’s fair to say that the hot chocolate is more of a dessert than a warm drink; it’s one step away from homemade chocolate pudding—in flavor and texture. It’s not overly sweet, nor is it bitter. It’s creamy, and collectively, we found it tasty. Read the entire post here.
Elizabeth’s Bakery & Tea Shop
575 S. 700 East, Salt Lake City
A classic labeled mug of Cadbury hot chocolate is served with homemade whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles on top, as well as a petite Swiss Delice square. Note the heart-shaped tray. What we like best is the flavor: like a melted, high-quality milk chocolate bar that goes down easy. Read the entire post here.
743 W. 100 North, American Fork and 840 N. 700 East, Provo
We ordered our tasty and generously-sized hot chocolate with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream plopped inside, topped with cheap-and-delish whipped cream. You can also order yours with flavor shots like vanilla and hazelnut syrups. Read the entire post here.