Contents: 1 x 130g tin of Hibiscus Cacao Loose Leaf Tea.
The teas can keep up to more than a year but it is highly recommended to keep in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.
It is highly recommend you enjoy your tea without any sugar, honey or sweeteners. The teas are made with natural ingredients such as fruits, leaves and flowers.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
Ingredients: Cacao shell, Cacao nibs, hibiscus, lemon, orange, raspberry, raspberry leaves, black berry, black berry leaves, green apples and red apples.
Loose Chocolate Mint Tea – Ingredients: Husk of Cacao beans, Cacao nibs, Chocolate Mint, Mint, Calendula and Marrow.
All tea and chocolates are made in a certified kitchen where nuts, dairy and gluten are handled. Please check the label before consuming.
Cold Brew Recipe:
- Put the loose cacao tea in a pitcher or container. Add cold water and leave in the refrigerator over night or for 8 to 10 hours.
- Strain and pour into a glass with or without ice cubes and enjoy.
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More than just doing right by them in terms of money, Cocoa Social Enterprise CIC takes real pride in maintaining good, long-term relationships with these farmers and also supports their children’s education.
Back in the UK, Cocoa Social Enterprise CIC turns their thoughtfully sourced cocoa into handcrafted chocolate bars. They do this in small batches using only simple, natural ingredients – there’s no artificial preservatives, flavourings or extracts in these.
They’re also big on celebrating the taste of pure cacao. That means very little unrefined cane sugar or no sugar at all goes into their recipes. Perfect if you want your chocolate fix but are also conscious about how much sugar is in your diet.
All Cocoa Social Enterprise CIC products are vegan-friendly and, always looking for ways to do things more sustainably, they’ve introduced compostable and recyclable packaging too.
When they’re not busy whipping up chocolates, you’ll also find Cocoa Social Enterprise CIC leading workshops and tastings around London. These are a place for them to share their love and knowledge around making, eating, history and nutrition of dark chocolate.