A unique blend of smooth rich chocolate taste and authentic Ganoderma warms your body during cold days. Highly requested, OG is proud to present a great tasting drink that everyone can enjoy.
When these arrived my daughter laid claim to the hot chocolate sample with it being her favourite drink! I agreed to let her have it as long as she let me have a taste in order to write my review to which she reluctantly agreed to let me have a small sampling.
The sachet contains quite a lot of powder and we weren't sure whether we were supposed to use all of it but assumed this would be the case. We put the sachet in a cup and mixed it with hot water and some milk. Despite the amount of powder there was it all dissolved really easily and left just a small head of froth on the top of the cup.
I had a small taste and it was a very nice hot chocolate, you could really taste the richness of the cocoa used and the sweetness of the milk powder but the one thing you couldn't taste was any taste of the Ganoderma extract. My girl really enjoyed her hot chocolate drink, she normally has milo at home and when we go out to a cafe she will have a hot chocolate and she said this was just like a cafe hot chocolate so I would say that is a great success.
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The perfect mix of coffee and chocolate. This will leaving craving for more.
Each box contains 10 individual serving sachets. Great for popping a couple into your travel bag for those long road trips.
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