Cool Chile Hot Chocolate are made with Mexican beans called the Tabasqueño bean which are grown in the Selva Zoque in the south. These beans are a wild hybrid of the Criollo bean originating from ancient times and the more modern amelonado bean. The beans are stone ground with cane sugar and spices to make two styles: Oaxaca Hot Chocolate and Maya Hot Chocolate.
Heat the milk in a saucepan over medium heat, stir in the Hot Chocolate of your choice.
Stir until melted, until warm.
Add the chocolate and stir to melt, then continue heating until hot but not boiling, whisk until frothy just before pouring.
Suggestion: For a rich hot chocolate made with water: heat 125ml of water, add 4 tbsp of whisk until melted and hot.
Cool Chile Updates
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S DELIVERY DATES
Find last days to send orders for Christmas and New Year’s below. Please note during these holidays it is a very busy period for us and our courier company, we advise ordering early to help parcels be delivered before Christmas and New Year’s. This is by no means a guarantee!
CHRISTMAS DELIVERY DATES
The last day we recommend placing an order with us to receive delivery before Christmas is Wednesday 22nd of December, we will still be sending parcels until the 23rd of December. We recommend to place orders before 22nd to avoid delays and get a better chance of delivery. We anticipate delays with DPD again.
Click and Collect: The last day to click and collect will be Thursday the 23rd of December. Click and collect orders can take up to 48hrs to be prepared so please have your order in by Tuesday morning to be safe.(Please notice that Tortillas are made fresh to order)
NEW YEARS DELIVERY DATES
Cool Chile is closing Friday 24th of December to Tuesday 28th of December. We will have skeleton staff returning between 29th -31st from 9am to 5pm, with business as usual from the 4th of January. Orders arriving from the 23rd onward will be carried over to the 29th where the small team that we have in will try to get out what they can. We anticipate delays with DPD again.