Hot Chocolate Service for 4

By Ticket Kitchen


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Hot chocolate on a stick—swirl a block of Ticket Kitchen's finest Belgian couverture into steaming milk and you'll have a cup of hot chocolate worth lingering over.

  • Made in the USA: San Franscisco, CA
  • Ingredients: Couverture chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, soy lecithin natural vanilla flavor); facility also processes dairy and nuts
  • Every hot chocolate Ticket Stick is handmade in a San Francisco chocolate kitchen
  • Because Ticket Kitchen uses only the finest couverture chocolate, your Hot Chocolate Ticket Sticks will last on your shelf in a cool, dry place for months
  • Ingredient & nutritional information FAQ
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 10" x 6" x 6"
  • Weight: 2.3 lbs.

16 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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12/31/2014 by Laurie

Very good hot chocolate. Would like to see a 4 pk with the candy cane included.



1/12/2014 by Karen

I used this product as a gift for our family Pollyanna. I purchased 2 sets one to give and one for me because I love Hot Chocolate. The gift went over well. Everyone liked the novel idea.
I personally found that I needed to use more milk for my taste , but that is just a personal taste.
The sticks were easy to use, made great tasting Hot Chocolate!! The chocolate melted easily and smoothly. It was so relaxing just stirring your mug with a lovely block of chocolate!! Added whipped cream and I was set to sit back and watch the snow falling. Great way to spend a half hour. Good product and I would recommend it. Really Yummy!!
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could be better

12/30/2014 by Margaret

Not what I thought it would be


hard to melt

12/3/2014 by Jennifer

it was ok. I spent a lot of money on something that "powder" tastes just as great if not better. It doesn't melt well, even left it in mug and microwaved it. I wouldn't waste my money on it again.

Taste: wasn't bad, I ordered dark chocolate. but for the price, it wasn't worth the cost.
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Great idea

9/23/2013 by Carolyn

This is a great idea. Be mindful of the season in which you order. The company tries to ensure that the product comes in good shape. Unfortunately, mine arrived all melted even though it was packed with two ice packs and an insulated bag.More > < Less

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Ticket Kitchen - Hot Chocolate Pops

About Ticket Kitchen

Sweet Sensations

The Ticket Kitchen’s chocolate-on-a-stick is the ultimate hot chocolate experience. The anticipation builds as soon as you start swirling a block of rich couverture chocolate into steaming, frothy milk and watch the ingredients become combined into one creamy confection. Fortunately, once you start stirring, sweet satisfaction is mere moments away!

Ticket Kitchen was founded by sisters-in-law AmberLee Fawson, who grew up among the renowned cacao plantations in Venezuela, and Andrea Hancock, a lifelong hot chocolate lover. Together they’ve created hot chocolate that you can make at home and elevated it to a café-quality experience.

Each chocolate Ticket Stick is handmade in their San Francisco chocolate kitchen using top quality Belgian couverture (couverture contains extra cocoa butter, which gives the chocolate more sheen and a rich, creamy flavor). We sampled a range of different Ticket Sticks, including: Salted Caramel, topped with coarse sea salt; French Dark Truffle, which delivers a bold punch of classic cocoa; the deliciously creamy Belgian Milk Chocolate, which finishes with a trace of toffee; Peppermint, which blends Belgian chocolate with an old-fashioned peppermint stick; and, for a little extra heat, the 3-chili Ticket Stick with a blend of chipotle, ancho, and cayenne peppers.

Ticket Kitchen got its name because AmberLee and Andrea want to create chocolate that “sends you,” they explain. Well, we’ve taken their warm, sweet journey and can vouch for the deliciousness of every last sip.