Here's a yummy recipe for a hot chocolate libation, perfect for the over-21 crowd.
- Break chocolate into pieces.
- Combine chocolate, milk, cinnamon stick, honey and sugar in a saucepan and heat on low until chocolate is completely melted.
- Add vanilla and rum and whip with a whisk.
- Take out the cinnamon stick and pour into mugs.
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