Best Hot Chocolates in Dublin
There is nothing more comforting than a scrumptious hot chocolate, especially on a cold day. We are lucky to have some fabulous spots in Dublin that serve great hot chocolate and here is a selection of the best ones.
This fantastic little chocolate shop on Drury street sells Irish made chocolates and other mouth-watering sweet treats. If you’re looking for a rich smooth hot chocolate you should try theirs. You can only buy them to take away as they don’t have a seating area but it’s just perfect to warm up when walking around the city.
Cocoa Atelier, 30 Drury Street, Dublin 2
Butlers Chocolates have plenty of shops and cafés around the city and have a great selection of flavoured hot chocolates. Choose a classic or white chocolate or be a little naughty with options such as the cookie or marshmallow hot chocolate.
Butlers, various locations around Dublin
Clement and Pekoe
Clement and Pekoe is a great little café on South William Street outside of which you always have some stylish young people sitting on the bench, watching the world go by. They primarily specialise in teas but their hot chocolate is well worth-trying. You are brought a mug of hot milk and a stick of Áine chocolate that you have to stir until it melts. Delicious.
Clement and Pekoe, 50 South William Street, Dublin 2
Bean and Goose
Run by two chocolate making sisters, Bean and Goose can be found every Saturday at the Temple Bar Food Market in Meeting House Square. Not only are their chocolates delicious but the packaging is also gorgeous. They sell some of the best hot chocolates in the Irish capital: one whiskey flavoured while the other is on the spicy side. They’re very rich but truly scrumptious. Try them!
Bean and Goose, Temple Bar Market, Meeting House Square, Dublin 2
One hot chocolate not to be missed is that of Brother Hubbard. It’s a jug of thick chocolate ganache on one side and a jug of frothy milk on the other side, you mix them both in a cup and end up with a delicious hot choc. Pairing yourchocolate with one of their delicious scones is also highly recommended.
Brother Hubbard, 153 Capel Street, Dublin 1
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Originally from France, Ketty Elisabeth is a food blogger and food tour guide based in Dublin. Her blog ‘French Foodie in Dublin’ is an online diary of her food experiences in the Irish capital. From quirky cafes to fine dining, Ketty loves eating her way around Dublin and sharing her tips on her blog.