Buzz·Posted on Feb 4, 20149 Ways To Drink Chocolate This Valentine's Day“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.” ― Charles Schulzby EdibleBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Via Michael Harlan Turkell 1. Aztec Spicy Hot Chocolate Facebook: mariebellenewyork / Via MarieBelle If you want to spice up your V-day this year, try MarieBelle's pure shaved South American cacao mixed with chipotle Ancho chili, cinnamon and nutmeg. 2. Chocolate Egg Cream Via ediblebrooklyn.com Forget champagne. Get your fizz on with this New York icon at Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain. 3. Drinking Chocolate Roni-Sue Chocolates / Via roni-sue.com Drinking chocolate is always a good thing. Try this one from Roni Sue's Chocolates and bring your relationship with chocolate to a whole new level. 4. Cacao-Infused Whiskey Edible Brooklyn / Via ediblebrooklyn.com Whether you’re paired off or own your own this year, Cacao Prieto’s Widow Jane Whiskey will make your Valentine’s Day significantly more pleasant. 5. Chestnut Cocoa Stout Edible Brooklyn / Via ediblebrooklyn.com Try it from Even More Denmark, whose collaboration is the definition of love: chocolate within a beer, beer within a chocolate. 6. Cozy Hot Chocolate Via Facebook: nunuchocolates For those who like to spend February 14th with a blanket and a fire, cozy hot chocolate from Nunu Chocolates is the way to go. 7. Mole Bitters Via ediblebrooklyn.com If the thought of the holiday makes you bitter, add a few dashes of Bittermens cacao, cinnamon and spice flavored Xocolatl Mole™ Bitters to some aged tequila and those feelings may just disappear. 8. Nutella Hot Chocolate Via ediblebrooklyn.com This recipe by Lisa Harris is the best thing to happen to hot chocolate since the invention of marshmallows. 9. Brooklyn Stout Hot Chocolate Sophia Del Gigante / Via ediblebrooklyn.com Brooklyn Brewery’s Black Chocolate Stout is for serious chocolate lovers only. No light, creamy, or milk chocolate people allowed. This recipe combines beer, butter and dark chocolate to create a drink that couldn’t be more sinful.