"Oh My Cocoa!" were the first words uttered by your Chocolate Priestess last night when she tried Wiseman House's Sipping Chocolate for the first time. While I wanted to write more about our first Pilgrimage I was so thrilled by this drink that I had to share it with you, Sisters and Brothers.
Wiseman House should be familiar to you since they submitted four different offerings to The Chocolate Cult and this is the third I've revealed. Their signature collection was revealed in May 2009 and their toffee back in September 2009. This 16oz box of Sipping Chocolate is therefore the third revelationship from Wiseman House and the final one will be revealed through the witnessing of our future Chocolate Coffee or Mocha Acolyte, remember you only have until Thursday, November 19, 2009, to apply for this official position so check under "Contests" for how to enter.
This is very intense and rich chocolate. The first words out of my mouth were "Oh, My Cocoa!" and my eyes immediately rolled back in my head and my body shuddered with ecstasy. The chocolate buzz built up rapidly, flooding my mind, unchallenged by any sugar or fat reaction because this was purer chocolate with less of those added ingredients than most chocolate beverages I've ever had. Now I thought one of the hot cocoas I had on the Pilgrimage was excellent but this Wiseman House Sipping Chocolate blew that away. If this is too intense for you as the directions say to mix it, as long as you add in boiling water you can tone it down until it's like the finest hot cocoa you may have ever had. Even then it was too much for the White Chocolate Acolyte so this isn't to everyone's taste.
Let me be very clear: This is Intense. You do not need large quantities of it and if you insist on drinking a lot of it you will be flying which may be your choice if you using the Sacred Substance to heighten your body-mind-soul connection. There is nothing wrong with soaring with the aid of Cocoa but make sure you are in a safe place to do that and have water and a place to safely sit and process it all when you finally come down. Don't rush yourself whatever you do, enjoy it and use it to relax. Please do check out Wiseman House again to see how they can help you do just that.
Sisters and Brothers, may you too take the time to slowly appreciate what the Divine and human ingenuity have offered you in chocolate.