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What drinks go well with dark chocolate?

Dark chocolate can be paired with a variety of beverages, ranging from tea to wines and even spirits. Here are some drinks that go well with bean to bar chocolate:

Black Tea

Black tea can perfectly complement dark chocolate. An especially good option can be Earl Gray or Darjeeling.

Red wine

A red wine with pronounced fruity notes, such as Pinot Noir or Merlot, can go well with dark chocolate. Sweet red wines such as port or banjoles are also great options.

Cognac or Brandy

The lively caramel, spice and roasted nuts of these drinks can accentuate the complex flavors of dark chocolate.


Try to pick a beer that has hints of malt or caramel. A porter, stout, or brown beer usually pairs well with dark chocolate. Beer and chocolate can be an interesting combination, especially if you're looking for an unusual taste. This can be a rather unexpected combination, but it can be interesting for those who like to experiment with flavors.

Bourbon or Scotch Whiskey

The sweet, velvety or nutty notes of bourbon or whiskey can create an exquisite combination with the taste of dark chocolate.


A beverage such as hot milk or hot chocolate can reduce the bitterness of the chocolate and create a smoother taste experience.

These are just a few examples of drinks you can try with dark chocolate. Having chosen a drink to combine with chocolate, it is worth experimenting to find the most pleasant combinations for your taste preferences.

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