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“Seated high on a golden throne in front of his reverent subjects, Montezuma repeatedly drank a dark brown, foamy beverage called chocolatl from a golden goblet.”
“The Marquis de Sade apparently liked his chocolate as "black as the devil's ass", and the Aztec emperor Montezuma is said to have drunk 50 goblets of chocolatl a day in order to maintain his exhausting routine of amorous activities.”
“January 9, 2008 at 4:22 pm i fink teh mexican chocolatl has chilees, but downt know.”
“Ever observant of domestic details, Diaz made extensive notes on the culinary customs of the New World, especially those of the emperor Moctezuma's court, where ground vanilla beans flavored the royal chocolatl beverage.”
“Legend claims the drink was intoxicating, but although the Aztec cocoa beans contained the stimulants caffeine and theobromine, and were undoubtedly more potent than today's cultivated ones, the Indian chocolatl was often made by mixing the ground beans with fermented corn mash or wine and was drunk in large quantities.”
“The word chocolate derives from the Aztec/Maya word chocolatl, the name the Indians gave the cold bitter drink made from ground cocoa beans mixed with liquid.”
“In Mexico, the Aztec drink chocolatl was taken from its Aztec ceremonial use and retained by the Spanish as a tasty beverage and as a medicine.”
“The victims were given cups of chocolatl to turn their hearts to chocolate and then their hearts were torn from their bodies and offered to the goddesses.”
“Although Montezuma drank his frothy chocolatl cold, we can enjoy a delicious whipped version of hot Mexican chocolate.”
“Acosta, we should remember that the original chocolatl of the Mexicans consisted of a mixture of maize and cacao with hot spices like chillies, and contained no sugar.”
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