The origins of chocolate stretch back at least four thousand years. The ancient populations of Central America used cocoa beans (Theobroma means food of the gods) to make a hot, frothy and bitter drink called chocolate. This concoction was sacred and was associated with fertility and wisdom. After Christopher Columbus introduced chocolate to Europe, the drink was to become a best seller. In subsequent centuries, it was discovered that cocoa could be mixed with milk and cocoa butter to make what we now know as chocolate since 1876. MONIN Chocolate is used as the main flavour and is also combined with other MONIN flavours. Used in speciality coffee beverages, desserts, and culinary.
Colour: Clear brown colour with gold glints. Taste: Cacao beans smell, cacao liqueur taste. Applications: Coffees, dessert drinks, milkshakes, flavoured milks, mochas.
Please note: Not compatible with steamed milk or coffee.