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RECIPE:

Hotel Bristol’s famous
hot chocolate

Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway

Mmmmm!

Sweet and creamy, with a hint of vanilla ... and lots of real chocolate!

Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway

Classy and historic Hotel Bristol in Oslo is famous for its tasty hot chocolate, which many people say is the best in town.

Bring a friend, or a book, and relax in the stylish library bar, where you can often glimpse a famous author or two.

Hotel Bristol .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
Hotel Bristol in Oslo .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway

Voilà!

We managed to get our hands on Bristol's magic recipe, so that you can recreate the perfect moment of kos at home, too.

It's easy to make and perfect for chilly nights. 

Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol in Oslo .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
Hot chocolate from Hotel Bristol in Oslo .
Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway

Hotel Bristol’s famous hot chocolate

Ingredients: 

700 ml milk

300 ml double cream

160 g good quality dark chocolate (minimum 60% cocoa)

1 vanilla bean

Carefully heat up the milk, cream, and vanilla bean in a pot. When the mixture is warm, add the chocolate and stir until it's completely melted. Strain and serve with lightly whipped cream.

Source: Hotel Bristol 

The Bristol's afternoon tea is also highly recommended. Delicious sandwiches, warm scones, petit fours, and a pot of tea. Yes please!

You can of course have hot chocolate served instead of tea if you like. 

Afternoon tea at Hotel Bristol in Oslo .
Photo: Anne Valeur
Afternoon tea at Hotel Bristol in Oslo .
Photo: Anne Valeur

The Bristol is one of Norway's most exclusive hotels, located in the city centre. 

If you visit in November or December, it's just a short walk away from one of Norway's biggest Christmas markets, and many other wonderful sites and experiences.

Oslo is home to Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as delicious street food and countless cosy cafés.

Check out the best places to eat in Oslo.

Oslo Christmas market .
Photo: Magnus Furset
Oslo Christmas market .
Photo: Magnus Furset

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