Hotel Chocolat launches vegan milk chocolate made with 45% nutmilk

Read Time:   |  8th January 2020

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Premium chocolate brand Hotel Chocolat has debuted a new unbelievably creamy vegan nutmilk chocolate made with nuts instead of milk.


High-street chocolate shop Hotel Chocolat has been working hard for five years to refine the recipe of its brand new vegan chocolate – 45% Nutmilk Chocolate Batons (£6.50).

Offering customers a deliciously smooth and creamy alternative to traditional milk chocolate, the company says the new chocolate was “carefully designed to be the perfect way to experience the tasting notes of all of our chocolate grades.”

Hotel Chocolat has used finely milled hazelnuts instead of milk to create the melt-in-the-mouth chocolates that “has all the chocolatey depth you’d expect from a Hotel Chocolat milk chocolate recipe.”

Hazelnuts give the new chocolates a creamy texture that replicates the creaminess you’d usually get from dairy. Although this gives them a subtle hazelnut backnote, the flavour doesn’t overpower the taste of the chocolate.

If you want to try it for yourself then make sure you head down to Hotel Chocolat this January where they will be giving out free samples throughout the month.

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