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Dattch Top 5 Dates: Hot Chocolate

Nov 18, 2013

The success of a date can often hang entirely on where you take your lady. Do you go for quiet and intimate or exciting and wild? Somewhere you can be adventurous or low-key where you can talk about your childhood pets?
Decisions, decisions. Well, we’re going to give you a helping hand and provide you with some Top 5 date ideas to inspire you all to have great dates, first or otherwise. We’ve always got our eye out for a cool place for a date but if you spot one you’d like to recommend, send it in to heya @
This week:  nothing like a cup of hot chocolate.

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Choccywoccydoodah – The ultimate indulgence for Londoners is to take a trip to Carnaby Street to visit Choccywoccydoodah. Indulging in chocolate can be a bit much in the Summer but come Winter, there’s nothing like a cheeky hot chocolate from the people who really know what they’re doing with our favourite sweets.

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Melange – Tucked away in Peckham is Melange; a hidden treasure of the chocolate trade. Grab a delicious hot chocolate, realise how good it is and then buy a tin of it to take home and enjoy all Winter long.

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Paul A. Young – With branches in Islington, Bank and Soho, Paul. A. Young’s rich Aztec-style (no milk added) hot chocolate is well-known to Londoners. You might find that this warming treat is unkind to your bank account but make it a Christmas treat, you won’t soon forget it.

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William Curley – Even more unkind to your Christmas cash-flow, take a trips to Harrods, show your date the glamorous lives you could lead and then splash out on a William Curley hot chocolate. If your date loves it, you can buy her a tin for Christmas. Sorted.
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Rabot Estate – With a cacao based menu, stop by the Rabot Estate to get a more reasonably priced hot chocolate from ethical, fair trade sources.

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