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Do you like cocoa?

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Merlin

Merlin Report 10 Apr 2013 13:49

Glenlivet? Rubbish, get yourself a decent 15yr+ Laphroiag,or even a quarter cask one, sip gently and enjoy.**M** Forget Cocoa or Ovaltine. :-D :-D Hic.

Tenerife Sun

Tenerife Sun Report 10 Apr 2013 14:06

I love Horlicks especially eaten by the spoonful straight from the jar. I also remember buying Horlicks Tablets in Boots. They got stuck to your teeth but tasted lovely. I can't buy Horlicks here but it is one of the things that I ask visitors to bring with them.

OneFootInTheGrave

OneFootInTheGrave Report 10 Apr 2013 14:19

Is cocoa made from soft fresh water and malted barley, if not I will give it a miss ;-)

CupCakes

CupCakes Report 10 Apr 2013 14:47

Sorry but my answer is Yuk.....

Tried Horlicks without milk sometimes but generally it is tea....

Maybe it is because I haven't had any mik or sugar in my hot drinks since I was a child