Nesquik vs. Ovaltine vs. Hershey Syrup. This is the brand that I have been drinking the longest, and it is my personal favorite.   |-- Topic Forums The stuff is delicious. Hershey's Syrup is what I go with. Forums  |  Journals |  Store © 2020 GAMESPOT, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. So good and so rich!   |-- General Discussion the opinions of Democratic Underground, LLC. Hershey syrup also preferable since it doesn't matter whether its cold or hot milk it will mix evenly and not gritty like Quik. Organic Maple Syrup - Grade A Dark Color (1,420) Aunt Jemima. It is good, but to be honest, I find it to be the weakest of the three. This topic is locked from further discussion. page. If it’s not chocolatey enough for you, you can add more without having the texture of the milk be altered too much. That was loooong before they shortened it to Nesquik.   |-- DU Groups Click by Nesquik is a two scoop affair, while Hershey’s is a bit of a guessing game. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Switch to the dark mode that's kinder on your eyes at night time. Switch to the light mode that's kinder on your eyes at day time. That could either turn out to be overkill or the greatest glass of chocolate milk ever made. Nesquik, Ovaltine, and Hershey’s; the latter differentiates itself in that it comes in syrup form where the other two are a powder mix. :). Required fields are marked *.   |-- General Discussion: Presidency As said before, some people argue that Ovaltine is the best. My Forums, Powered by DCForum+ Version 1.1 Copyright 1997-2002 DCScripts.com Which makes the better chocolate milk? I love chocolate milk. Big Forums I haven’t tried the strawberry flavor, but from what I hear it is quite delicious. Finally, we come to Hershey’s. To wit, my roommate believes Ovaltine to be the best of the bunch, and I myself have a different opinion.   |-- Archives Nesquik is better, and you get a greater sense of chocolatey goodness with this brand, but the problem with the powders is that if you add too much, you can still taste the individual grains that didn’t mix in. I prefer cherry syrup for that sort of shenanigans. Votes: 0 0.0% Total voters 1; Floydical Active member. Nesquick is best on ice cream, and I like the bunny container. Some will try to argue that it’s a drink reserved only for kids, but they would be wrong. Nesquik is a two scoop affair, while Hershey’s is a bit of a guessing game. Get the best contents straight into your inbox! *thinks of FUN uses for chocolate syrup*, Yes the things she can do with that syrup:P, What she said but that's just a waste of good syrup. LLC, No, seriously, Ovaltine is good for me.   |-- The DU Lounge The copout answer would be to say that it’s a matter of personal preference, and as such, it would be futile for me to try and say which one is definitively better. Until then, however, in my opinion as a chocolate milk connoisseur, I have to say that Hershey’s is the best of the bunch. Of course, this also means that you’ll have to buy more, but it is nice to be able to get more bang for your buck. I’ve heard that Bosco was a really good brand of chocolate milk, but I’ve never had it. Nesquick chocolate syrup has a much better flavor and texture than Hershey. But they also put strawberry syrup in the same bunny container, so you have to be careful not to buy the wrong stuff. Home The difference is also visual as the milk tends to get much darker with the syrup as opposed to the powders, letting you know that this really puts the chocolate in chocolate milk. I’ve always wanted to try a glass of ultimate chocolate milk, that is adding Ovaltine, Nesquik, and Hershey’s chocolate to the same glass of milk. Thread starter Floydical; Start date May 14, 2015; Which chocolate milk do you prefer?   |-- Places Got something awesome to share with others? Here you'll find all collections you've created before. Hershey's Syrup is what I go with. I don't know where they sell Ovaltine, so I've never tried it. It’s chocolate milk, kind of a difficult drink to screw up. I don't know where they sell Ovaltine, so I've never tried it. But they also put strawberry syrup in the same bunny container, so you have to be careful not to buy the wrong stuff. ». The idea intrigues me though. It takes a lot of syrup for it to work (although that could also be due to the fact that I tend to drink large glasses of milk), but once you get the balance right, it’s so good. Your email address will not be published.