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Hot chocolate maker

<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Copper hot chocolate maker placed on the hearth in a kitchen</span>.</p>

Copper hot chocolate maker placed on the hearth in a kitchen.

Domed hot chocolate maker with a perforated top and a wooden stirrer and handle.

For many centuries, hot chocolate was an exotic food considered a luxury, since it was only affordable to families with money. Hot chocolate was usually consumed at festivities.

The process of making hot chocolate totally by hand remained unaltered over a long period of time.

Catalonia was one of the regions in the world where hot chocolate became the most popular.

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