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Hot Chocolate Festival 2017 Review: Thierry

The Hot Chocolate Festival is in full swing so have you tried any of the participating hot chocolates yet?  Yesterday, my friend and I visited Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie Cafe to try out one of their participating hot chocolates.

We went with the “59 – Taste of Peru” – a hot chocolate which is made with Marañón Chocolate’s unique Fortunato #4 (a 68% dark chocolate from Peru).  On the side was a beignet and a No. 4 chocolate tablette.

Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie Cafe

The hot chocolate was pretty good starting with a nice, frothy texture.  It was very drinkable and not overly rich.  The mini chocolate tablette was a fun touch.  The beignet was warm, crisp and crunchy on the outside, and chewy on the inside.  I thought there was an appropriate amount of powdered sugar on top.  I really don’t like it when there’s too much and you end up with a mess of powder.  The presentation of the hot chocolate was just OK; there are prettier ones like the “Memoirs of Geisha” from Temper Pastry.

Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie Cafe

Overall Impression of Thierry’s “59 – Taste of Peru”

#59 was a chocolaty though not overly rich hot chocolate.  The beignet and chocolate tablette was nice additions on the side.  I would give it an overall rating of 3.5/5.  Check out my previous visit to Thierry here for Macaron Day.

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