Buzz·Posted on Oct 16, 201517 Decadent Hot Chocolates You Must Have In LondonBaby, it's cold outside.by Chelsey PippinBuzzFeed Staff, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Chin Chin Labs Facebook: 133267400038990 Chin Chin is known for its unique ice cream concoctions, but it transitions into winter just fine. Made with artisan chocolate and veggie marshmallows, this warm and rich cocoa is the perfect companion for a browse around Camden Lock Market. 2. Rococo Chocolates View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Rococo has three locations around London serving its signature organic hot chocolate. Dark and nuanced, the simple, no-frills drink will warm you from the inside out. You can even make it at home. 3. Verde & Company View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Make Christmas shopping in Spitalfields Market even more festive by snagging a cup of Verde & Company's creamy masterpiece to keep your hands warm and your tastebuds happy. 4. Dark Sugars Facebook: darksugarschocolates This Brick Lane favourite does a a range of yummy-looking hot chocolates, from chilli cocoa to caramel and white chocolate variations, so you're sure to find something insanely tasty. 5. Choccywoccydoodah Facebook: choccywoccy This quirky chocolate shop and cafe in Soho is not messing around with their hot chocolates. Mugs come in three varieties – white, milk, and dark – and the bottom third of the cup is pure melted chocolate. 6. William Curley View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For a gourmet experience, head to William Curley in Belgravia, where your favourite cosy drink gets a high-end makeover. While you're there, you won't be able to resist checking out the star chocolatier's other goods. 7. Said View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For the most beautiful mess you'll ever see in your life, order a caramel hot chocolate from Soho's Said, the London location for Rome's oldest chocolatier. You'll get a mug literally dripping in flavour, and nothing will ever be so good again. 8. Ruby Violet Facebook: rubyvioletices This independent ice cream parlour in Tufnell Park is just as good at hot as it is at cold. Their thick and rich hot chocolate is a local favourite, and pairs well with any of their delicious homemade baked goods. 9. The Peckham Pelican View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You can easily hang out all day in the Pelican, a cosy and beloved gastropub/arts venue in Peckham – and you mutsn't leave before trying their sweet and creamy spin on hot chocolate. 10. Paul A Young View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For a spicy twist on your favourite winter drink, check out the Aztec Hot Chocolate at Paul A Young's locations in Bank, Camden, or Soho. The drink doubles down on the heat with an infusion of chili pepper and dark chocolate. 11. Scooter Caffé View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This eclectic and charming café in Waterloo is a must-visit for lovers of rich and dark hot chocolates. Simple but endlessly tasty, their thick and tempting cup of cocoa is sure to lift your winter blues. 12. Jaz and Jules jazandjuls.co.uk Spotted regularly at Broadway Market, Jaz and Jules has a killer range of hot chocolate options, including everything from a classic hot milk chocolate to a masala and chai infused concoction. Don't miss out on a taste of the fan favourite, "Raspberry Dream". 13. Rabot 1745 View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This Borough Market-based chocolatier and restaurant is a must for any chocolate lover. Rabot's decadent hot chocolate is served with a light and fluffy chocolate whip, and best paired with a tasty baked good. 14. Cereal Killer Cafe View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you like your hot chocolate with a side of novelty, head to the Cereal Killer Cafe on Brick Lane where, true to theme, they top off their intensely sweet hot cocoa with Lucky Charms cereal marshmallow. 15. Melt View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Check out luxury chocolatier Melt in Notting Hill for a smooth and sophisticated hot chocolate. It may not look like anything special, but a lack of bells and whistles is made up for tenfold in flavour. 16. Cocomaya View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For a cute-as-buttons cocoa, this gem tucked just out of sight of Marble Arch station is the place for you. Cocomaya also does a mean afternoon tea if you need more than just a hot chocolate to get you through a cold day. 17. The Haberdashery View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Drop the pretence for a pretty, Instagram-worthy mug of cocoa and head straight to The Haberdashery in Crouch End, where you get an unceremonious bowl of delicious drinking chocolate, equipped with a big old spoon. What more could you need, really?