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Coco-licious!

Author: Kim Hill
Issue: December, 2008, Page 94
Photography by David B. Moore
NESTLÉ
This mix was judged to be “very sweet” by some testers.  The panel also found it to be the most frothy.

BELLAGIO
The only drink prepared with water, Bellagio seemed “thin and weak” to some panelists.
Others noted a hazelnut taste.

GODIVA
Rated best for its flavor and appearance, Godiva’s hot chocolate brought back fond childhood memories.

BAREFOOT CONTESSA
Dark brown, rich and very sweet, the Barefoot Contessa’s mix reminded some tasters of chocolate syrup. 

GHIRARDELLI
Several testers said this sample had an unpleasant or bitter aftertaste. Its rich brown color was appealing, however.

IBARRA
“Spicy” was the most common remark about this Mexican chocolate drink, which lists cinnamon as an ingredient.
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