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  • Starbucks: The Chantico is a mixture of cocoa butter and cocoa powder, with steamed milk.

    FOOD: BIG GULP

  • Having joined Starbucks when it had just 1,000 stores - compared with more than 16,000 now - Gass knows the company well and has a strong sense of what customers want after years of successes and flops - notably, a chocolate drink called Chantico that lasted only a year.

    The Seattle Times

  • Last year's "drinking chocolate," called Chantico, served in a dainty six-ounce cup, didn't work, either.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Consequently, I had mashed potatoes and broccoli for dinner, and Chantico had a chicken breast.

    urgency, anyone?

  • In 2005, she oversaw the introduction of Chantico, billed as a drinkable dessert of rich chocolate.

    At Starbucks,

  • I'm avoiding them until they bring back the Chantico, or better.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • "Some have complained that Chantico — with 390 calories per 6 oz. serving, 190 of them from fat — is so rich it almost tastes like a melted chocolate bar."

    Sniff! Chantico is going bye bye!

  • Starbucks pulling Chantico drinking chocolate from menu

    Sniff! Chantico is going bye bye!

  • But ... whenever I crave chocolat chaud for breakfast and I'm not home to make my own (melting or grating dark chocolate bars -- Spanish or French chocolate -- with milk and Strauss cream) I go for Starbucks Chantico.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • Apparently Starbucks customers who were used to tailoring their drinks to their liking, didn't really take to the one size, no add-on, no subtraction, Chantico, making it a venti flop -- Anderson.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2006

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