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Mexican Hot Chocolate Tea

A great tea hot or made into a latte, chocolate tea with a bit of cinnamon kick!


A little bit about Mexican Hot Chocolate.

How does the Mexican hot chocolate differ in taste from the traditional one in America? The first thing you will notice that is different is the cinnamon flavor that lingers on your tongue after you sip. To most, the chocolate taste will be sweet and pleasant.

Let’s not forget the country where it all started with the Aztecs and Maya people, Mexico! The word chocolate originates from the work xocolatl, which means bitter water in the ancient Aztec language, Náhuatl. Xocholat’j is a word from the language which means to drink chocolate together.Consuming chocolate as beverage has been around for well over 4,000 years, as opposed to eating it, which has only been for the last 200 years! So what makes Mexican hot chocolate different from anywhere else? Original recipes from thousands of years are were made with ground cacao, water, and corn! The more popular versions circulating now are made with cacao, sugar, and Ceylon cinnamon

Luxury Ingredients: Black tea, Carob, Calendula + Sunflower petals, Natural flavors(organic compliant)
Made with all natural flavorings.

This tea supports the Ethical Tea Partnership

All Camellia sinensis in our blends contributes to a fairer, more sustainable tea industry.


Cup per oz

10-12 cups per 1 oz

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    205-212°F In 475 ml (8oz)
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