Baguio weather is perfect for hot chocolate! To get our hot choco fix, we headed to a quaint little restaurant called "Choco-Late' de Batirol" in Camp John Hay. Chocolate de batirol is hot chocolate made from local cocoa tablets mixed by hand using a wooden whisk/mixer.
Aside from hot chocolate, they also serve breakfast and rice meals.
Traditional way of making hot chocolate. We have the same kind of pot at home which my mom uses when she is in the mood to make native hot chocolate.
hmm, frothy! I got the Baguio blend - chocolate with strawberry syrup (p90) and Bibingka (p95). Nothing special about the Bibingka but the hot choco was really good.
Bottled Cacao to take home :)
Choco-Late' de Batirol
Scout Hill, Camp John Hay