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“This is an update of an Aztec recipe called xocolatl chocolate.”
“Munich-based The Bitter Truth -- its German owners chose an English name because English is the cocktail-culture language -- produces celery bitters, chocolatey xocolatl-mole bitters, and more.”
“The Spanish discovered xocolatl in what is now southern Mexico and Guatemala and brought it back to Europe where milk and sugar were added for flavor.”
“Go ahead and PayPal to delirium at xocolatl dot com; include your mailing address, and how you want it inscribed.”
“Even though Mexico first gave chocolate (xocolatl in the Nahuatl language) to the world, growers of cacao and manufacturers of chocolate bars and candy no longer seem to be in tandem.”
“The kit contains five flavors: orange, celery, Creole, old-time aromatic and xocolatl mole, in tiny bottles, each less than an ounce, to total about 3.4”
“According to Food Lover's Companion, legend says that Montezuma believed that "bitter water" or xocolatl was an aphrodisiac and he drank 50 golden goblets of it each day.”
“He added just a bit of the spicy stuff to his xocolatl or chocolate elixir.”
“(Me, I'm thanking a friend for gifting me with xocolatl-sort of like molé sauce in bar form.)”
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