Delight in our Choco Mint Drinks

If you’re looking for a pick-me-up after the gym or a relaxing cup when you’re curled up on the couch or sofa at Manila Prince’s lobby, our Mint Chocolate delivers. Made in with cocoa beans, we add just enough peppermint for a really satisfying drink. Peppermint is renowned for its complex notes of menthol that are the perfect complement to our dark cocoa butter and rich, earthy tones.

It may be an unusual choice of flavors for a drink, with a nod to childhood memories and the traditional mint thins. The refreshing mint will complement well the intensity of the chocolate: a perfect way to end a celebration meal with friends and family.

You have three options to choose from to enjoy your mint drink:

Choco Mint Hot: This Peppermint Hot Chocolate is made with melted chocolate, milk, and a bit of cream, so it’s rich and comforting and smooth as silk going down. It has just the right amount of peppermint, so it’s refreshing but doesn’t taste like mouthwash. And you’ve got other options for our choco mint drink because why stop at just one kind of chocolate in your mug?

Choco Mint Ice:

Chocolate and peppermint just might be the best flavor combination ever, and here at Manila Prince Hotel, we’ve made it our mission to make as many mint-chocolate desserts as possible. And if you’re looking for more mint-chocolate drink options, our Choco Mint Ice is AMAZING. Mint, ice, and coffee–what’s not to love?!

Choco Mint Blended: Typically this drink has a much richer, thicker texture, and it can taste semi-sweet or even bittersweet. It’s super indulgent, and most people couldn’t handle more than a cup or so at a sitting.

Our choco mint drinks are all delicious, but depending on your personal tastes, you might prefer one over the other. Our Choco Mint Chocolate drinks are made the old-fashioned way, with real melted chocolate for a rich texture and deep chocolate flavor. The brisk mint flavor makes this a wonderfully refreshing drink.

Each drink is sold at P140.00 nett and is available at Marcelino Street Cafe.