On the Grind
When I arrived at the window there was no line, and the employee greeted me in a respectful way. I proceed to order a small 12 oz. hot chocolate for $2.00. The barista put my drink together in no time. As soon I received my hot cocoa it was too hot to drink. I immediately noticed that it had no chocolate flavor and just tasted like buttermilk. I was very disappointed. I rate this drink a 1/5.
When walking into Emily’s I automatically felt like I was welcome. The employees were nice. I ordered a small 12 oz. hot chocolate for $2.17. By the time I was done ordering my hot cocoa was ready. I fell in love with the first sip; the temperature was perfect.. I could instantly taste the creamy chocolate as it melted in my mouth. I couldn't compare it to any other hot chocolate because of how good it was. I rate it a 5/5.
Pulling into the drive thru with no wait, I ordered a small 12 oz. hot chocolate for $3.19. The customer service was great but I wish I could say the same about the hot cocoa. Just like the Emily’s Place drink, the temperature just right. But as soon as I took a sip all I tasted was powder--like the Hersheys Chocolate powder that you use for baking. It instantly coded my throat with a powdery feeling. I could not finish the drink; as I arrived at home I poured the rest out and at the bottom of the cup there was a layer of chocolate at the bottom. I rate this hot cocoa a 2/5.
~Breanna Monette- Business Manager
A Letter From the Editor
Happy 2020 from the SC Correspondent! As our editors Brady Davis, Nick McDonald, Ally Lozano, Ella Malone, and myself reach our last semester of high school, we hope to encapsulate this experience to the best of our ability. With five months left, we look forward to bringing reliable news, editorials, reviews, and photos to the Clemens community. So kick back, relax, and beat the January blues with buff spirit!
-Taylor Trapp~ Online Editor-in-Chief