It turns out that you can have your chocolate and drink it too. It tastes just as good in liquid form, so instead of reaching for that box of truffles, why not enjoy a glass of chocolate liqueur as the perfect after-dinner indulgence. We will be showing you some of the top chocolate vodkas in the country you can drink at any time.
Here are the top chocolate vodka in Nigeria
Tempus Fugit Crème De Cacao
Made from a 19th-century recipe, Tempus Fugit’s Creme de Cacao delivers a thick and sweet liquid with rich vanilla and cacao notes. Because it’s more concentrated, this liqueur is usually served with soda water or in a cocktail.
Patrón XO Cafe Dark Cocoa
The combination of coffee, cacao, and tequila in Patrón’s liqueur delivers more than just sweetness. The dry, low-proof coffee and chocolate liqueur is the perfect digestif or cocktail ingredient.
Dorda Double Chocolate
This liqueur from Poland is made by blending fine dark chocolate with milk and Chopin Rye Vodka. It’s great neat, in a cocktail, or even over ice cream for a truly indulgent sundae.
Creamy milk chocolate adds an inviting layer to this light and delicious whipped cream vodka. It offers a sweet, airy, and inviting aroma and a full-bodied, creamy milk chocolate taste.
Sheelin White Chocolate
Baileys Chocolate Cherry
Cherry and chocolate a match made in food heaven, and this blend of Baileys Irish cream and luscious chocolate and cherry flavors are rich and indulgent. Try it in coffee, hot chocolate, or over ice cream.
Godiva White Chocolate
If Godiva is your go-to, the brand’s white chocolate liqueur is worth trying. The 30-proof spirit features flavors of Madagascar vanilla, and Godiva recommends combining it with vodka for a twist on a White Russian.
Eastside Holiday Peppermint Bark
Bicerin Italian Chocolate
The Bicerin recipe has not been altered since the beginning of 1800 when Turin producers began mixing cocoa and hazelnuts to cut expensive import costs. Today, the nutty, chocolatey flavors of this liqueur are an important part of Turin’s culture and tradition.
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