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Hot Chocolate Mix

Dandelion Chocolate

We’ve always craved hot chocolate drinks that are thick, rich, and profoundly chocolatey. One of the reasons we launched a chocolate factory in San Francisco was to offer the perfect hot chocolatey antidote to a city with over one hundred days of fog.

A few years ago, Remy Labesque, a very talented industrial designer, attended our Introduction to Chocolate class and asked if there were opportunities to collaborate together. Over many months, he developed the concept for these corked bottles and oversaw their production in Japan. We love how they look in our kitchen and hope that the bottles will be a functional, beautiful object with many future uses.

Our classic Hot Chocolate is rich, subtly sweet, and deeply chocolatey. Inside each bottle includes the hot chocolate mix made from the 70% Camino Verde, Ecuador single-origin chocolate we use for our house hot chocolate drinks, and, of course, a basic recipe for the home hot chocolate enthusiast.

Each bottle makes four servings.

Ingredients and Allergens

70% Camino Verde, Ecuador chocolate (cocoa beans, organic cane sugar)

All of our single-origin chocolate is made with just cocoa beans and sugar; no added cocoa butter, lecithin, or vanilla. Our chocolate is free of soy, dairy, eggs, and gluten, and it is made in a factory that does not process nuts.


5.5 oz (160 g)

For More Recipes

If you enjoy making and serving our hot chocolate at home, you’ll find more recipes for hot and cold chocolate drinks, chocolate cakes, brownies, cookies, and much more in our book, Making Chocolate: From Bean to Bar to S’more.

Learn More

Learn more about our cocoa beans and sugar — the region, the farms, and the producers.


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“Dandelion Chocolate has stood out in the new crop of bean-to-bar chocolate makers in America. And while the chocolate bars are exceptional, equally exciting is the way chocolate is used in their café, deliciously crafted into cakes, brownies, and cookies, as well as blended into one of the best cups of hot chocolate I’ve ever had.”



a few ways to spice up your hot chocolate

Make Your Own Marshmallows

Make Your Own Marshmallows

Follow along with our recipe to add light, fluffy marshmallows to your chocolate.


Frozen Hot Chocolate

Try It Frozen

Watch Executive Pastry Chef Lisa Vega make frozen hot chocolate from scratch using Dandelion chocolate.


Whipped Cream on a whisk

Make Your Own Whipped Cream

Or top with some cocoa nibs to add extra flavor.