It really does. I’ve been really tired lately working on K|W’s projects but sometimes, getting away from all that caffeine and having a cup of hot choc instead is really soothing.
At home no one really drinks Milo but part of the K|W team are in Brunei right now visiting our family members here and I’m enjoying this hot, lazy afternoon with this classic drink.
Minum milo anda jadi sihat dan kuat!
I used to study in the UK and this was my go-to drink especially with the cold weather there. Not Milo, hot chocolate I mean. Because over there in the UK, Milo was quite a rarity. In fact, I remember when I was in Sheffield a Kiwi man opened a cafe and I literally shouted when I saw Milo on his menu.
That being said, hot choc in Europe is not too shabby themselves. The typical ones are of course with marshmallow or whipped cream.
But I remember when I was in Bruges, Belgium and I was introduced to a rather unique presentation of hot chocolate. My friend and I accidentally found what I considered a chocolate heaven and they sold hot chocolate … on a stick!
The chocolates are in cube forms and stuck to a stick, and all you have to do is dip the chocolate into a cup of hot water or warm milk and wait for a bit until it becomes hot chocolate.
Dark hot chocolate on a stick, is this a fantasy?
I hope this concept of hot choc on a stick could come into Malaysia one day. Maybe Milo could start it? Milo on a stick? Sounds awesome to be honest 😛
– Shera Rahman