Valor Cao 'Chocolate a la Taza' Powder
  • Spain's favorite thick and creamy hot chocolate!
  • Great for dipping churros, cookies, and other pastries
  • Tailor the thickness to suit your taste
  • Size - 500 g/17.5 oz

Valor Chocolate is a classic company dating back to the 19th Century. Their recipe for Chocolate a la Taza has been enjoyed throughout Spain since before you were born!

Rich milk chocolate is made extra thick with a pinch of rice flour. Add it to simmering milk to make a wonderfully smooth and creamy! You tailor the thickness of this extraordinary chocolate to your taste by deciding how much to add to the milk. Stir for a couple of minutes and you are ready to go.

In Spain they dip fresh churro pastries into a cup of this extraordinarily thick hot chocolate. (We have a churro making kit for you if you are feeling ambitious! But doughnuts and similar pastries are fine.)

This powdered form is ready in minutes.


Sugar, fat reduced cocoa powder (19%), wheat flour, emulsifying agent (lecithin), aroma.

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Customer Reviews

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    "NOT GOOD "

    tony - West Milford, New Jersey - Jan 7, 2013

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    "I love it! Boil the milk in a saucepan and then pour the cocoa, remove the chocolate for five or 10 minutes til thicken, let ir rest for 5 minutes and that is the genuine Spanish chocolate! Enjoy it!"

    Isabel - New York, New York - Jul 29, 2012

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    "Oh my God, this drink is heaven, as soon as I received my shipment of churros, I made this drink, as I was dipping my churro in the chocolate, it took me back to when I will a little girl in Spain. Thank you La Tienda, you are the real thing when it comes to products and food from Spain."

    L.Warren - Jun 3, 2010

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    "so good!!!! just finished my last cup by dipping waffles in the thick chocolate. this has been a big hit when i make it for my friends who come over. this year i am attaching a bag to every christmas i give out. "

    michelle - Nov 16, 2009

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    "hands down the best chocolate ever"

    suarez - Sep 25, 2009

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    Robert Randall - Oct 2, 2008

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