Best of the Blue Mountains: Hot Chocolate
There are few things better than warming your hands around a mug of beautifully made hot chocolate! Check out our team’s favourite places in the mountains to grab a hot choccy this Winter!
Treat your taste buds to one of the Blue Mountains Chocolate Company’s famous ‘real’ hot chocolates! Served in a unique orange set that warms your milk with a candle, you can add handmade chocolate buds to create your perfect hot chocolate. You can’t visit Blue Mountains Chocolate Company and not experience the extensive range of luscious handmade goodies! Blue Mountains Chocolate Company is just a short 200m walk from Echo Point and has ample parking for visitors.
This lower mountains fave will have you visiting for hot chocolate but staying for the brunch menu. Cosy up by the fire and sip on a Vienna hot chocolate while the kids go nuts in the covered outdoor play area, complete with a cute timber cubby house. Don’t forget to stop by and say hi to the resident miniature pigs, Morris and Missy Piggins!
Situated in the heart of the Blue Mountains, this Lawson cafe offers a family friendly environment and the aroma of freshly roasted coffee with valley views. Rust and Timber specialises in hot chocolate, but it’s hard to say no to some waffles as well!
With outdoor seating and panoramic views of the Jamison Valley, the Terrace Café is perfect for relaxing as you gaze across the spectacular World Heritage-listed National Park. Not in the mood for a hot choc? The Terrace Café also caters for coffee lovers, offering a house blend espresso appropriately named ‘Escarpment’.
Open daily 9am – 5pm.
Café Madeleine, Leura
You’ll be transported straight to Paris when you step through the doors of Café Madeleine in bustling Leura Mall. The only giveaway will be the friendly cockatoos dropping by for a visit in the outdoor dining area.
Created lovingly with melted Josophan’s Fine Chocolate these hot chocs deliver the wow factor you crave. If you’re trying to satisfy your sweet tooth we recommend ordering a ‘bowl’!