You Won't Believe What the Cronuts Inventor Is Doing With Hot Chocolate

You Won't Believe What the Cronuts Inventor Is Doing With Hot Chocolate

The world's most prolific pastry chef just came up with a whole new way to serve a cup of cocoa.

By The Feast Staff

Still haven't gotten your hands on a Cronut? Or a Milk and Cookie shot? Or any of wunderkind pastry chef Dominique Ansel's mad-genius inventions?

Here's your chance to try again. Just in time for this in-between season—when we've got spring flowers on the brain but it's still sort of chilly outside—Ansel has come up with a hot chocolate that blooms. That's right: It blooms. Like a flower.

The flower-shaped, truffle-filled vanilla marshmallows open once you drop them into the hot chocolate, so you can feel wintry and springy all at the same time. 

Or maybe you're just tripping?

Nope, this thing is real.

But here's the catch: This hot chocolate is only served at Dominique Ansel's Tokyo branch at the moment. Still, you might want to book that plane ticket, since the line around the block starts....now.

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