Gran Caffè L’Aquila
Cold weather doesn’t stand a chance against the Gran Caffè L’Aquila’s hot cocoa, made with Amadei Tuscany, a combo of cocoa and ground hazelnuts. For even more flavor, the cafe’s beverage masters will add a shot of liqueur to the steamy brew for those who want to spice it up.
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