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Hot Chocolate just got an upgrade!

There are few more wholesome and comforting winter warmers than hot chocolate. This sweet sensation transports even the world-weariest adult back to our childhood days wrapped up in a duvet reading a book or watching cartoons.

Australian-owned Farm Girl began three years ago with the goal of creating a dining experience that bridged the gap between speciality coffee and restaurants.

Farm Girl’s ‘Happy Hot Choc’ takes an old favourite to a whole new level that’s a million miles from the powdery packet mix you might grab from a supermarket on a whim. Plus you have the added dose of CBD for a true winter wellness boost.

So, light some candles, settle in with a book and prepare to put your feet up with a cup of Happy Hot Choc.


1 teaspoon of raw cacao powder

½ teaspoon of date syrup

½ teaspoon of matcha powder

60ml of hazelnut milk

1 drop of peppermint essence

1 drop of CBD oil (or desired dosage)

30ml of hot water


  1. Using a bamboo whisk, blend the matcha, date syrup, peppermint essence, CBD oil and cacao with the hot water (Note: The water must be below 80°C or the quality of the matcha will be destroyed).


  1. Whisk the mixture until it develops a nice, smooth texture.
  2. Steam the hazelnut milk until it is nice and frothy.
  3. Pour the milk with the other ingredients et voila!


Farm Girl is a London-based chain of trendy cafés and eateries, with outlets in Knightsbridge, Chelsea, Fitzrovia and Notting Hill.

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