Tuesday, 3 February 2015

In Love with Hot Chocolate!

What's the best way to celebrate and enjoy cold winter days, besides laying in your bed like a potato? Of course, drinking some good damn hot chocolate! I have to admit it, I'm just in love with it. I feel like you're buying Heaven in a cup. How can you just turn down such an offer?

Me and Rami used to go to a place right in the center of Bucharest, where they had a really creamy and delicious white chocolate, but not long time ago I discovered this awesome place called Acuarela, which seems like it's made for your inner artist, as the title says. It is an old house designed and decorated in an authentic and artistic way, with lots of paint related elements. Besides this, it has the most amazing hot chocolate I've ever tried so far. You can choose between "Good Chocolate" (12 lei) and "Very Good Chocolate" (14 lei), but my forever choice will be the Marshmallow Chocolate, which fits in the second category. It suits exactly with my requirements: creamy and yummy. This is definitely now my number one place to drink hot chocolate. 

However, for the non-hot-chocolate lovers (do they even exist?), there is a bunch of types of tea from which you can choose, and I'm pretty sure you will like it. You will be delighted by the calm and relaxing atmosphere, and also by the nice and friendly people who work there. They even have a little shop with handmade things for you to buy, like bags, really cute notebooks, scarves, decorations and many other stuff. Today I bought a set of watercolours, because it reminded me so much of my childhood. Maybe I'll post the paint result later on the blog! 

This evening I went there and I have also taken some pictures for you. :)

              A really cute heart decoration which
              I wished I had bought for my room. 
The set of watercolours and the brush,
both in a bag which I can use for
my packed lunch haha!

You should definitely go sometimes to this place, even if 
it's just to try something new and out of the box.
Adress: Str. Polona, nr. 40

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