The earliest record of chocolate consumption dates back to the Mayans. They churned cocoa seeds into a frothy substance, added chili peppers, then consumed the

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Best $3 Non-Alcoholic Beverage

Chocolati

The earliest record of chocolate consumption dates back to the Mayans. They churned cocoa seeds into a frothy substance, added chili peppers, then consumed the spicy, bittersweet drink to increase their libido. Chocolati Café pays homage to this ancient tradition with its Cayenne-Pepper Hot Chocolate. The concoction initially comes off as sweet, but then sucker-punches you with a bizarre tingling. Caffeine addicts can ask for a cayenne-pepper mocha, essentially the same drink with a couple of shots of espresso. Whether this delectable brew does anything for your sex drive is debatable (I don't feel any different afterward), but at 16 ounces for $3, it beats the hell out of a frappuccino.—Erika Hobart

 
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