This is how we make our Skelligs Cafe Hot Chocolates.

Step 1.

We use a 12oz glass/mug and we put 40 grams of hot chocolate into it.

Step 2.

Next, pour your desired amount of milk into a saucepan. Heat the milk over a medium heat until hot. Don’t let the milk boil.

Step 3.

Slowly add the hot milk to the glass and stir until the chocolate is fully melted.

Step 4.

To achieve a frothy finish, whisk the hot chocolate mixture vigorously just before pouring.

Step 5. (Optional)

Once your Skelligs Hot Chocolate is poured, add some marshmallows to the top and enjoy!


Enjoy making your delicious hot chocolates and do please tag us on social media by using @skelligschoc or #SkelligsChocolate so we can see how your’s turned out!!

  • Thank you for choosing Skelligs Chocolate. We work hard at making the best possible chocolate we can and we do our best to make sure it arrives in the same condition as it left us.

    Here in Ireland, hot weather is rarely an issue, but what is it like where you are sending this chocolate? We have no control over the way it is transported and how long it stays in hot trucks or depots.

    Unfortunately, we cannot take responsibility for the condition of the chocolate you send.

    If you are happy to take responsibility please just tick the box and proceed.

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    Tips for Warm Weather Shipping:

    • Please be aware that we use a registered postal delivery service so all packages are tracked and must be signed for on delivery. If there is no one available to sign for the package, please be aware your chocolate will be put back on the truck and stored in the nearest depot for collection.
    • If possible, ship to a business address. Businesses usually receive packages earlier in the morning and someone is always onsite to receive the package. This way your product isn’t exposed to the hot sun all day.
    • After receiving your package, let it rest at room temperature to provide items time to set before opening.