The origins of chocolate stretch back at least 4,000 years. The ancient populations of Central America used cocoa beans to make a hot, frothy and bitter drink called chocolatl. This concoction was sacred and was associated with fertility and wisdom. After Christopher Columbus introduced chocolate to Europe, the drink immediately became popular. In the 19th century, it was discovered that cocoa could be mixed with milk and cocoa butter, and the first chocolate bar was born.
Monin Swiss Chocolate features a mild chocolate flavor, similar to milk chocolate. Its sweet and rich flavor gives it unmatched versatility.
A Haiku to Monin Swiss Chocolate Syrup
A chalet in the Alps
Warmth found in a steaming mug,
Watch snowflakes fall
|How Does it Compare?||
Monin Swiss Chocolate syrup has a chocolate and caramel aroma and a sweet milk chocolate taste.
|Tips and Tricks||
Can be used with milk, cream, and half & half.
|Product Weight (lbs.)||3.8500|
Pure Cane Sugar, Water, Natural and Artificial Chocolate Flavor.
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