iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.00 (20% off)
Posted by Reviewer1521588 on Sep 24, 2013
Don't love the tip on the packaging, though. They tell you to heat the milk first and then add the powder. If you want lumps, do it. If not, do it the old fashioned way: Put cocoa powder and sweetner in a kettle with a little water. Stir vigorously while heating. When just below boiling point, add milk and warm up to desired temperature and server. Do not boil the milk.
Posted by Reviewer1470517 on Oct 22, 2012
this derinking chocolate is amazing. the taste is..good. VERY GOOD. And I love the fact that it is unsweetened. That way I can decide for myself how much sugar I want to put in, if any. TRY IT! :-)
Great, though a Shell brand for Hersheys
Posted by healthandlongevity on Jan 08, 2013
I do like this raw cocoa, very much. Tastes great and I like the dark chocolate bits in it too. I put two tea spoons in a hot mixture of milk and water, and enjoy it raw. 'tis delicious.
Posted by Reviewer2334842 on Dec 19, 2013
Rich chocolate drink that requires no additional sweetener. Comparable to those served in expensive cafes.
Dagoba Drinking Chocolate
Posted by 5640881472880362985 on Jun 04, 2016
I've been drinking and enjoying this product for several years now. I really appreciate being able to enjoy chocolate without sugar. It is not a product that is easy to find in local stores so I really hate to run out of it.
Posted by 5273463189186932089 on Mar 02, 2013
It is a very intense cocoa that has bits of chocolate in it. It does not blend completely. I prefer the cocoa from Now Foods.
Posted by 5598399106105531991 on Feb 21, 2016
This is by far my favourite drinking chocolate! Smooth and creamy, and added bits of chocolate are a nice touch. :)
Posted by 5498287756146500735 on Jul 11, 2014
Delicious and I just need 1 tsp for a standard mug. Pricing may seem steep compared to Now Foods but a little goes a long way. This actually lasted me longer (though just 8oz) than Now Foods (which is 12oz)!
Posted by MusettaRose on May 13, 2014
I make this with brown rice syrup, I even boil the syrup and then let it harden and grind it up to a powder in the blender, and add that to my drink. YUM.
Posted by DropDeadGorgeous on Mar 10, 2015
It's a good product - tasty, I don't even add sugar to it, but somehow chocolate parts (the whole drink is cacao, milk and little parts of chocolate) don't melt completely. It's the only drawback but now I use a percolator and eerything is ok but I think preparing could be less messy.