Tisane Cacao Organic

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  • “A good friend of mine has a really sweet daughter-in-law who lives near this shop, and sent her this because she knows how we love tea! My friend was surprised that the color in the cup was so...” Read full tasting note
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From Capital Teas

Organic Cacao Tea introduces the lost indigenous traditions to hip and health conscience tea connoisseurs. Cacao Tea is the first 100% pure cocoa based chocolate herbal tea, giving you all the goodness and rich decadent aroma of chocolate in a dairy free infused tea. It is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, while maintaining zero calories or fat. It’s a natural mood booster that helps with concentration. Give it a try and unlock the wisdom of cacao, the original fruit of the gods.

Health Benefits:
Dairy Free
Sugar, Fat, and Calorie Free
Source of Antioxidants
Contains magnesium, potassium and other minerals
Less caffeine than black or green tea
Ingredients:

100% Organic Cacao Shell

Brewing Instructions:

Hot Tea: use 2 tsp. of tea per 6 ounces of water. Heat water to 212˚ and steep for 4 to 6 minutes.

Iced Tea: use 4 tsps. of tea per 6 ounces of water. Heat water to 212˚ and steep for 4 to 6 minutes. After steeping, pour over an equal amount of ice. For more information on iced tea, see our instructional video.

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1798 tasting notes

A good friend of mine has a really sweet daughter-in-law who lives near this shop, and sent her this because she knows how we love tea!

My friend was surprised that the color in the cup was so light and wondered if she should steep it longer. I opened the tin, and nary a tea leaf did I see. I looked at the label, as I hadn’t seen the name of it yet. Ah. No need to steep it longer, this is the right color. There is no tea in this!

She was surprised and I had to explain what it means when the tin says tisane, and how it must have camellia sinensis of some sort in there to be called “tea.” This is why it was classified as a tisane on the tin.

This had a very true, rich, chocolate aroma, as it consists of nothing but cacao shells. It is fairly light and we drank it without additions. We paired it fruit – blueberries and melon cubes.

I think real chocoholics would love this. This is not a rich, creamy, hot chocolate-y type of tisane so don’t think of things like Florence from Harney and Chocolate Cream by Tea Frog. This has lots of dry unsweetened cocoa flavor and a slight edge of bitterness that coffee lovers would enjoy. It was good, but I do prefer TEA!

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