National Hot Chocolate Day History
National Hot Chocolate Day celebrates the sweet and warm beverage served throughout the United States. During the winter, the demand for Hot Chocolate increases dramatically. The combination of warm milk, ground chocolate, and sugar fits in perfect harmony with the bitter, cold weather. Hot Chocolate can be served in many ways, some people like the drink with whip cream or marshmallows on top, and others might prefer it accompanied by cookies. Regardless of how it is served, Hot Chocolate is certainly one of the most famous drinks around the world, especially during winter. The observance occurs yearly on January 31st.
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