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Piping Hot Cadbury’s Hot Chocolate Carts For Hire.

We offer the choice of 2 hot chocolates, our standard cart is supplied with Cadbury’s drinking chocolate. Mixed into hot fresh milk, topped with whipped cream and mini marshmallows and finished off with a selection of sprinkles.

John Cadbury began selling drinking chocolate in Birmingham, England in 1824. Quickly gaining a royal warrant for supplying it to Queen Victoria.

Today it is easily one of the most popular brands of hot chocolate and we serve it topped with cream, sprinkles and mini marshmallows.

For an extra special treat we can add a range of optional extras,

  • Baileys Irish Cream Shots
  • Brandy Shots
  • Flavoured Syrups
  • Chocolate Buttons

Imagine smooth and creamy drinking chocolate with Baileys cream and a sprinkle of nuts and chocolate shavings.

Luxury Charbonnel Et Walker Drinking Chocolate Carts.

Our second offering is a luxury brand originally established in London. A Parisian chocolatier Mme Virginie Euginie Levy, Nee Charbonnel and a Mrs Minnie Walker went into business together with their luxury brand.

This is a high end drinking chocolate, made with chocolate flakes rather than powder. Topped with whipped cream, mini marshmallows and toppings.

Either hot chocolate can be combined with our Spanish Churros cart, a traditional pairing in Spain and a perfect match.

Whichever chocolate you choose, this is a luxurious treat. Fine in the summer, but absolute perfection for those cold winter events.

Drinking Chocolate can be supplied on our range of themed carts including;

  • Horse Box.
  • Victorian Hand Cart.
  • Rustic Wooden Bar.
  • Contemporary Branded Cart.
  • Alpine Hut.

We can even design a totally custom event catering cart for exhibitions and corporate use. Or add extra decoration to an existing cart for a wedding or party.

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History Of Hot Chocolate.

The first chocolate drink is believed to have been created by the Mayan civilisation around 2500-3000 years ago. Cocoa was an important part of the Aztec culture, and was brought to the West by the Spanish conquistadors under Cortes.

Originally as sugar hadn't reached the Americas, the chocolate drink was rather bitter. Eventually sweet tasting hot chocolate was developed and became a high class drink of the aristocracy.

Nowadays it is an extremely popular drink for all classes, and is enjoyed in most countries. The European version being rather thick compared to the thin instant stuff popular in the United States.

Contact Us today to hire hot chocolate carts.

Luxury Hot Cocoa Carts for Hire. Scotland, London, Yorkshire, Lancashire, The North East, The Midlands and the rest of the U.K. and Europe. Hire Hot chocolate bars for weddings, parties, military balls, college balls, corporate events, exhibitions and company fun-days.

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Hire Hot Chocolate Carts.

An increasingly popular choice at events, especially during the cold winter months. We offer 2 choices of drinking chocolate. Cadburys, easily the U.K.’s most popular chocolate drink, and Charbonnel Et Walker. This is an upmarket luxury brand originally concocted by a Parisian chocolatier, and served to the Queen.

Served steaming hot, with whipped cream, mini marshmallows and a dusting of cinnamon. This make a luxurious treat for those cold winter evening events.

Many of our dessert snacks make a perfect fit with hot chocolate, add doughnuts, churros or poffertjes for a great combination.

Hot Chocolate Facts

It dates back thousands of years, the Olmec civilisation of Southern Mexico were using it around 1700 BC.

The Mayans and Aztecs, used it mixed with chillies and roasted corn to produce a bitter drink. It was the conquistadors who added sugar and spices to sweeten it.

Aztec warriors would drink it before going into battle, as the jolt of caffeine it delivered was believed to have restorative powers. It later gained a reputation as an aphrodisiac, leading to it being locked away by monks.

The largest ever cup of hot chocolate was 880 gallons, made by 300 local students working with teachers to produce a pool sized brew.

A study by Cornell University has shown that chocolate contains more antioxidants than wine or tea. Potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.


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