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Where To Find Some Amazing Hot Chocolate?

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Although we are moving out of the cool weather season, it isn't too late to take in some last minute hot chocolate moments. I couldn't wait to try out the Cisse Trading Company Hot Chocolate and I know you need to try some before the hot weather comes in to kill the mood.

First I tried out their Semi-Sweet Hot Cocoa. I really like my hot chocolate VERY rich. I don't usually go in the direction of whip cream and marshmallows but I love half and half (or very vanilla Soy) milk in hot chocolate to give it that extra divine taste. This was great tasting chocolate. I do tend to overdo the amount of hot cocoa I put in so it's extra rich tasting, but it was worth it.

The next one I tried was their Dark Chocolate with Cinnamon. I really liked the best as I LOVE cinnamon mixed in with hot chocolate. The cinnamon almost cut the sweet of the hot cocoa which gave it a unique taste that I enjoyed probably more so than the Semi-Sweet Hot Cocoa. I HIGHLY recommend this.

The only unfortunate thing about this great hot chocolate was how fast it went! The two containers of hot chocolate were gone so quickly, but it's at a fairly reasonable price. I mean this isn't the type of drink I have every night, so the price of the hot chocolate runs about $5.99 online. 

But Cisse Trading doesn't JUST do hot chocolate, they offer some really tasty looking baked mixes that you must try out. I can't indulge because they aren't gluten-free but if you don't have to worry about it, I highly recommend you check it out.

Best of all if you want the chance to win some prizes, here's what you can do:

1) Visit this link and look for Cisse Trading and VOTE!

2) You will need to register your vote with your email and once you get the confirmation, forward your confirmation to

3) There are winners every week so you have a good chance to win prizes from Cisse Trading! You can vote now through May 19th.

I really think you will enjoy their hot chocolate (and other baked goods if you aren't gluten-free!), so make sure you find out where you can purchase Cisse Hot Chocolate at a store near you or you can purchase them online by following this link.  Make sure you follow them on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

I received the above mentioned items in exchange for my honest review.


  1. The Dark Chocolate with Cinnamon sounds right up my alley.

  2. Mmmm... this hot chocolate sounds delicious!

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  3. We love hot chocolate in this household. The Semi-Sweet Hot Cocoa sounds amazing! I love that they also sell mixed baked goods.

  4. I love the taste of cinnamon. Drooling over the Dark Chocolate Cinnamon hot cocoa. You are right. I should have some before the hot weather comes to ruin it :)

  5. Oh wow! Cinnamon Hot Chocolate; yummy!

  6. These flavors sound amazing!

  7. Dark Chocolate with Cinnamon sounds AMAZING!

  8. I love chocolate cookies and these sure sound taste

  9. Chocolate with Cinnamon sounds amazing.

  10. I had never heard of this brand before, but I'm intrigued. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Oh, these sound so good. I would love to try the Dark Chocolate with Cinnamon :)

  12. I never heard of Cisse Trading Company Hot Chocolate, but I am a big fan of hot chocolate especially in the winter. I always like to try new brands and flavors.
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  13. amy guillaume lindermanMay 18, 2015 at 6:06 AM

    mmm cinnamon hot cocoa sounds delicious!

  14. I love hot chocolate. The Semi-Sweet Hot Cocoa sounds delicious.

  15. This hot chocolate looks like a delightful treat!

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  16. I love hot chocolate and enjoy trying different brands. My favorite drink in the winter.
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  17. Wow, these look positively delectable! Think I figured out my sister's birthday present this year!


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