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As it’s the last weekend before Christmas, I thought I’d share some prefect festive tipples from our lovely locals this Christmas. So why not pop in, support your high street and warm up at one of the six cafes and coffee shops in Harrogate:

The Harrogate Tea Rooms, Westminster Arcade 

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This French Monbana Luxury Hot Chocolate is made with rich cocoa imported from France to create a deliciously velvety and rich hot chocolate. they also do a white version!

Price: £3.50

Offer: Free cream & marshmallows when you purchase two French Monbana hot chocolates.

No. 35 Cafe, Cheltenham Crescent

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Want something different? No. 35 Cafe on Cheltenham Crescent have created a festive Beetroot Latte. Let’s hope they keep this on the menu beyond Christmas. 

Price: £3.20

The Wild Plum, Hookstone Road

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This is The Wild Plum home brewed mulled wine with spiced Kombucha. There’s a new flavour made each week and will certainly warm the cockles this Christmas.

Price: £4.50 

Bettys, Harlow Carr

Bettys Hot Chocolate is a year round favourite of mine. Rich Swiss chocolate blended with full fat milk and topped with the silkiest cream and chocolate sprinkles – yum! 

Price: £3.95

No. 43 Brew Bar, St Winifred’s Avenue

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What you need in your life is the Gingerbread Caramel Latte form No. 43 Brew Bar. Topped with Gingerbread crumb and whipped cream this surely takes the price for best value for money. The cookies are a great accompaniment to enjoy with the drink and are decorated by Gretel’s of Harrogate.

Price: £2.50 take out, £2.70 drink in.

Fodder, Yorkshire Show Ground

Fodder has created a Lush Gingerbread Hot Chocolate, topped off with chocolate sprinkles in the shape of a Christmas tree! Modelled by Charlotte from Fodder. 

Price: £3.00

The Ivy, Parliament Street

The delicious Harrogate Fog from The Ivy is a little naughty! Consisting of Slingsby’s classic London Dry gin mixed with Baileys, almond milk infused with vanilla, honey and cinnamon – the ideal winter warmer.

Price: £7.75

Palm Court Cafe, Crown Roundabout

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The Palm Court Cafe have an array of festive tipples for you to choose from including a Spiced Hot Chocolate (£2.60), Frosted Ginger Latte (£2.60), Minty Mocha (£2.60) and Mulled Wine Punch (£1.95). They even make their own mince pies and at just £1.25, I think I’ve found my new hang out! 

Price: From £1.95

Tilley Peppers, Cold Bath Road

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Why not pick up a bottle of Tony’s famous Mulled Wine from Tilly Peppers on Cold Bath Road. They also do delicious Hot chocolate, Gingerbread Lattes and a Spiced Amber Ale from Ilkley Brewery.

Priced: £4.95 glass, £6.95 small bottle, £9.95 medium bottle, £12.95 large bottle.

Mama Doreens, Cold Bath Road

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How Christmassy is this photo? I want to dive right in and order the ultimate Christmas Hot Chocolate from Mama Doreens. The Christmas Cupcakes are also pretty cute at £3 each.

Price: £2.75

Harrogate Blogger, with love, merry christmas

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