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Wooden Molinillo Hot Chocolate Whisks

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Destination: Oaxaca, Mexico

Uno, dos, tres, CHO!
Uno, dos, tres, CO!
Uno, dos, tres, LA!
Uno, dos, tres, TE!
Chocolate, chocolate, bate bate, chocolate!
Chocolate, chocolate, bate bate, chocolate!

So goes the popular Mexican nursery rhyme, an ode to both the country’s marvelous hot chocolate and the instrument that gives it its signature froth—the humble molinillo. Easy to use—once you’ve prepared a pot of chocolate, you just hold it between your palms with the ringed end in the liquid and roll it back and forth—molinillos are always beautifully carved, easily doubling as both kitchen tools and art objects.   


The cocoa bean is native to the Americas and was first cultivated by the Olmecs in Mexico circa 1500 BC. Flavored with spices (but no sugar) and whipped until it was frothy, chocolate beverages were the preferred e... Read More

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