If being choco-late high was illegal, a lot of us would have been arrested at the Choco-late de Batirol at Scout Hill, Camp John Hay, Baguio City.

The lunch had everyone’s endorphins kicking on overdrive by the last dessert. It was choco-late de Batirol from start to finish. And when I say “start,” I mean starting from the cold versions of the choco-late blends such as, Baguio Classic, the Strawberry Fields, Cinnamon Swirl and Orange Tang. I have never had choco-late served this way before and i was ready for more.

Next came the fluffy bibingka followed by the Suman sa Lihia and topped off with Turon de Langka – all served with your choice of choco-late blends.

When the adults had sampled the first two parts of the menu, the children were wondering what the chefs at Choco-late de Batirol could come up with as a main entree’ that could possibly use choco-late as a side drink. We weren’t disappointed.

We learned a whole lot of new things about choco-late that day and not just from what our gustatory sense provided.