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Indulge yourself in the silky smooth goodness of our Milka Hot Chocolate, created by the renowned Phillipe Suchard in 1901. This decadent beverage is beautifully blended with our milk creamer T DISC that naturally creates a smooth, velvety layer for a delectable finish.
 

How do you get all of the chocolate syrup out of the Milka T-DISCs?

I have yet to brew a cup of Milka Hot Chocolate where I didn't first have to rub the T-DISC between my hands for a good minute or two before placing it into my Tassimo. If I don't "pre-warm" the T-DISC, the chocolate syrup contained inside simply doesn't completely melt/dissolve when hot water is injected. It took several watery cups of hot chocolate to finally figure this out. Is there something else that can be done so that I don't have to go through this silly routine?
If I hold down the "more" button on my T65 machine until my 12 oz mug is almost full THEN the TDisc is empty but not if I run the normal cycle. They should reprogram the barcode info to run the disc empty! Run Milk Disc FIRST...my packaging showed MILKA+Milk=Hot Chocolate which lead me to believe the MILKA disc was first.
2 years, 9 months ago
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jwcrkelly
Kansas City, MO, USA