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Give the hot chocolate enthusiast something to celebrate! This premium gift set of chocolate cinnamon nibs and a hand-carved molinillo takes drinking hot chocolate to a whole new level of enjoyment.
The molinillo is the Mexican chocolate "whisk" or "frother." Intricately detailed and carved by hand, the wood molinillo is used to froth warm drinks such as hot chocolate. The frother's beauty is so unique that many people chose to display it in their kitchens when not in use.
Arrives wrapped in cellophane with a bow. Measures 12" x 3" x 3".Personalize It!
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Mayan Cocoa Nibs & Hand-Carved Frother is a hand delivered gift. These gifts are delivered by one of our local design centers located throughout the United States and Canada.
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Mayan Cocoa Nibs & Hand-Carved Frother has been purchased most frequently by our customers for the following occasions:
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pendaChristmas for someone who has everything.December 28, 2012
I bought this for my brother and his wife. They don't need another wine gift basket or breakfast goodies. I just wanted to find something different and this was it. They received it in plenty of time and absolutely loved it. Thanks Gift Tree!
mnznewsInteresting and deliciousDecember 22, 2012
The hot chocolate "balls" are delicious, and the hand-carved frother is interesting and fun to use. The only critique I have is that you need a small pot, and a reasonable quantity of liquid to be able to "froth" the hot chocolate properly. When following the directions for just one or two people, the liquid was not deep enough to really use the frother effectively.