I have a Founder's Breakfast stout clone that's been sitting in primary for 22 days. I wanna bottle it next weekend or so (not later), so I want to add a final addition of chocolate and coffee. After reading a bunch I've decided I'm gonna coldbrew the coffee and add it to the bottling bucket. That seems simple enough. As for the chocolate, all the reading I did didn't clear things up enough.
What I've done so far is boiled half a cup of water with 5 tablespoons of cocoa powder. I have a sludgy, unsweetened cocoay mess in a cup chilling in my fridge now. If i dump this slowly into primary once it's cooled down a bit, will it add the desired chocolate-tasting boost that I'm looking for (after a week)? Or should i just take 5 tablespoons of cocoa powder and dump it into primary, skipping the boiling with the water?