Like hot chocolate, but better.
To get the secret recipe of choc-hotlitt is actually quite complicated. It originated in a distant village and the only way to get the recipe is to go to the village. If you go to the village and get the recipe, and then share it, you will have bad luck. Very bad luck. So nobody shares the recipe. You have to go to the village.
111km east of Swedhump Elementary is a large range of foot-shaped hills called the Foothills. If you enter the main western valley of the Foothills, then follow the river, then turn north after three days at the fork in the path by the snodwood forest, then trek north-north-east for 2 days till the sunset coincides with a walrus-shaped rock formation to the west, and then you head east for one more day, but never deviating from the path, you’ll come across a village. In this village, go sit in the village square at dusk, and make sure to wear only red, Then, when the elders converge, approach them respectfully and ask them. Ask them for the secret recipe.
But they will not tell you, because this is the wrong village. They will give you directions to the correct village, and will even call a taxi for you.
Once you get to the correct village you’ll see a booth, usually with a line of people in front of it. If you join the line, when you get to the front, hand the little granny a fresh $10 bill (not two $5 bills or ten $1 bills) and she will give you the recipe.