- The Festival of Chocolate and The Museum of Science and Industry
- 3331.16 litre(s)
- United States (Tampa)
The largest cup of hot chocolate contained 3,331.16 l (732.753 gal, 880 US gal) and was achieved by The Festival of Chocolate and the Museum of Science and Industry (USA) in Tampa, Florida, USA, on 21 January 2013.
The record was part of the Festival of Chocolate. In total they used 39,462.5 grams of powdered milk, 3,331.16 litres of water and 502,584.88 grams of cocoa.
It took around 3 hours and 16 minutes to get the hot chocolate to a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius.