Transport yourself to the tropics with just one sip. Our limited edition Piña Colada White Hot Chocolate is a summer special that’ll have you singing…
Storage: Store in a cool dry place.
Blended and packed in the UK.
Contents may settle in transit.
Did you know the piña colada cocktail originated in Puerto Rico? In 1954, Ramón "Monchito" Marrero, the bartender for Caribe Hilton in San Juan Puerto Rico, created a specialty cocktail with a mix of rum, coconut cream and pineapple juice – and the rest is history.
We’ve taken inspiration from Ramon, and created our very own limited edition delight. Making a lusciously smooth and creamy drink with an exotic coconut richness, hints of tangy pineapple, all melting into a white chocolate base. One for the summer months, try it as a milkshake - with a dash of rum if you’re feeling fruity!
- Hot chocolate base: White chocolate
- Hot chocolate format: Powder form, we recommend making it with hot milk (or your preferred milk alternative) rather than water for the ultimate smooth, creamy cup. Find out how to make the perfect hot chocolate here.
- Number of servings (using 3 heaped tsp/20g per mug for hot chocolate or 2 tbsp or 28g per mug for milkshake): 350g = 17 mugs of hot chocolate/12 mugs of milkshake.
- Serving suggestion: Enjoy hot, as an ice-cold milkshake or use in baking
Sugar, Cocoa Butter (15%), Skimmed Milk Powder, Dextrose, Whey Powder (Milk), Flavourings, Salt, Emulsifier (Diphosphates), Colour (Carotenes).
ALLERGY ADVICE: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Suitable for vegetarians.
|Nutritional Facts||Per 100g (as sold)||Per 20g (as sold)|
|of which are saturates||9g||2g|
|of which are sugars||73g||15g|
Quality & Character
When the tradition of drinking chocolate first took hold of London society in the 17th century, early aficionados had no idea what lay in store. It was hundreds of years before white chocolate finally arrived on sweet-shop shelves – not long after, Whittard went and reinvented the hot chocolate flavour wheel with our famous white hot chocolate.