A delicious and tender mixture of spices of traditional chai and cocoa shell. YOGI TEA® Choco tea has been the favorite for years. Cocoa joins with the sweet licorice, cinnamon, spicy ginger and cardamom in a heavenly mixture. Feel you, takes a SIP and enjoy of the wonderful aroma of the chocolate. The best form of take it is sweetened and with a bit of milk, animal or vegetable. The essence of this infusion is: "delicious indulgence".
shell of cocoa *, cinnamon *, cardamom *, ginger *, chicory toasted *, clove *, pepper black *
* Certified organic
The shell of the seed of the cocoa has a soft and sweet scent similar to the seed itself, although it contains many fewer calories.
Cinnamon is one of the most expensive spices in the world and must have been used already in China 3,000 years BC as spice and medicinal plant. Cinnamon is obtained from the bark of the tree of South Asian cinnamon, has a sweet aromatic flavour and contains many tannins and beneficial oils.
Cardamom is, since thousands of years, one of the most popular around the world, Asian and Arabic spices. Its delicate aroma spicy and sweet leads the implementation of cardamom in many dishes, from curry to spicy Christmas sweets. Thanks to their essential oils and other important nutrients, cardamom is also one of the oldest medicinal plants of the world.
Ginger is used in the far East for more than 3,000 years as spice and medicinal herb. It has a flavor between spicy and fruity and contains, in addition to various vitamins, essential oils and prized mineral.
Also known by the name of chicory, it mainly grows with its light blue flowers on the edge of the roads. The flowers of this plant native to Europe, Northwest Africa and Western Asia of the composite family are opened only for a day. Its root has a taste between sour and spicy reminiscent of coffee.
Cloves are the buttons of the clove tree and at our latitude is known primarily as a spice in dishes such as the Spice bread or red cabbage. They belong to the Myrtaceae and possess an intense spicy aroma, thank you paid to which in ancient China and Egypt even with gold.
Black pepper, also known as the 'Queen of spices', is currently, along with the salt, the most important spice in the world. Comes originally of the coast of Malabar in the India and has an intense taste spicy and at the same time with different degrees of spicy. The ancient medicine of the Ayurveda recommends the pepper black not only as condiment, but also, due to its appreciated substances, as plant medicinal.
Add 2 teaspoons (2. 4 g) to 1 litre of boiling water and allow it to fire heat for 10-15 minutes. Filter! Add hot milk and sweetener if desired.