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Godiva's New Chocolate Drink: Chocolixir

So Godiva, following in the footsteps of its less esteemed cousin Starbucks, has come out with a new chocolate drink called Chocolixir. Details are sparse, but the drink can be ordered both hot and cold. The "Cold Chocolixir" comes in a 12 oz. size and 3 flavors:

  • Dark Chocolate Decadence – Godiva 72% Extra Dark Chocolate pieces blended with rich dark chocolate flavors.
  • Milk Chocolate Latte – Godiva Milk Chocolate pieces blended with coffee and caramel flavors.
  • White Chocolate Raspberry – Godiva White Chocolate pieces blended with light vanilla flavors and topped with rich red raspberry.

The "Hot Chocolixir" comes in a 8 oz size with only 1 flavor:

  • Dark Chocolate - Godiva 72% demitasse pieces blended for a hot drinking chocolate

The cold version costs $4.50 while the hot one is $3.50. I'm not quite sure why there's a difference in size between the hot and cold version. Do people drink more when the drink is cold?

The important news here is that some Godiva stores will have free samples of the drink on Jan 19th and 20th. You can find out whether there's one near you by going here.

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