Discover the Hot Chocolate Grand Tour

It’s time to warm up for a good cause! Few things could be more enjoyable than participating in La grande tournée du chocolat chaud. Chocolatiers and pastry chefs welcome you from January 16-24, 2016, with a very special range of Valrhona hot chocolates, sold for $3 a cup. From this amount, 50 cents will go to la Tablée des chefs, whose mission is to provide food to people in need and provide culinary education to youth.

Café Prague

1317, av Van Horne, Outremont, QC H2V 1K7

A hot chocolate made with Biskelia 34% chocolate, with a dash of milk and cocoa. You will be served a creamy hot chocolate "with notes of toasted biscuit and soft caramel".

Lepoint G Plaisir Gourmand

1255 Av Du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1Y4

Point G’s "choco-chai latte" is made from Otucan 69% chocolate that offers "a sweet, lingering bitterness with a little sweetness that highlights the floral notes."

Miss Choco

La Tablette’s hot chocolate is prepared with Ivoire 35% white chocolate with lemon and salt. Take a sip to enjoy its smooth flavour and delicious vanilla aromas.

Boulanger Première Moisson

860, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1X1

"Le Choco viennois" is made from Bahibe 46% chocolate and is sure to warm and delight you.

Première Moisson

7075, avenue Casgrain, Montréal, QC H2S 3A3

Their "choco kalingo caramelia" is a happy blend of two chocolates that will leave a spicy caramel taste in your mouth.

Patrice Pâtissier

2360, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1N4

Patrice adds honey and toasted buckwheat (with notes of raisin) to its hot chocolate, all served with Araguani 72% chocolate.

Juliette & Chocolat

3600 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2V4

The "S'mores de Juliette" awaits you, made from Manjari 64% chocolate. You will taste the tangy aroma of red berries "on a delicate finale of toasted dried fruits." Mmmmm.

Les Chocolats De Chloé

546, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9

Here you’ll find a choco-mint Illanka 63% with "a creamy texture and a rare chocolate strength seasoned with notes of mint."

Fous Desserts

809, av Laurier E, Montréal, QC H2J 1G2

Taste the "Flocon de neige" (snowflake), made from Araguani 72% chocolate reminiscent of raisins, chestnuts and licorice.

Chocolats Geneviève grandbois

5600, av de Monkland, Montréal, QC H4A 1E3

Their black cherry hot chocolate combines Tanariva 33% chocolate with notes of milk and Guanaja 70% chocolate with "an amazing bitterness."

Les Co'Pains D'Abord

2727, rue Masson, Montréal, QC H1Y 1W6

A nice blend of milk, cream and Biskelia 34% chocolate "with notes of toasted biscuit."

De Farine et d'Eau Fraîche

1701 rue Atateken, Montréal, QC H2L 3L4

Hot chocolate, black sesame and orange blend well together here, all pulled together by Jivara 40% chocolate.

La Fabrique Arhoma

1700 rue Ontario E, Montréal, QC H2K 1T4

How about a marshmallow hot chocolate (yes!), with clementine and caramelized hazelnut chips. The chocolate used is Jivara 40%.

Importations Vin I Vida Inc

1235 Av Lajoie, Outremont, QC H2V 1P2

A small liquid Tiramisu? Yes, please! It contains Opalys 33% white chocolate and aromas of fresh milk and natural vanilla.

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