Chocolate Mint tea
Chocolate Mint tea from Coy o’Teas – naturally flavored, premium loose black tea leaf. A sweet treat in this dessert tea!
“Fresh lovely mint combined with full flavored chocolate tea that is wonderfully reminiscent of an after-dinner mint. How decadent!”
OveriewImmerse yourself in the decadent blend of chocolate and mint with our premium chocolate mint tea. Made with the finest ingredients, this delicious dessert tea is sure to satisfy your cravings. Ideal after dinner or as a sweet pick-me-up, it gives just you what you need. You’ll love the kiss of mint against the smooth blush of chocolate, and learn right away how it has become a fan favorite here at Coy o’Teas.
Luxury IngredientsBlack tea, blackberry and peppermint leaves, organic natural flavors.
OriginsSri Lanka / Kenya / India / France / USA
This tea is particularly tasty paired with a slice of Devil’s Food cake, or perhaps a chocolate cookie for a treat.
Several of our customers enjoy our Chocolate Mint tea with a splash of warm milk on cold evenings. A few add that it’s also good over ice in the summertime.
You can even make a a tea latte by preparing this tea with warm milk or cream instead of water. Garnish with chocolate chips, mint leaves, or perhaps a candy cane close to the holidays. Enjoy!
Mint and chocolate have been an appealing mixture for a very long time. Mint is good for the digestion, as it stimulates gastric juices. It also tends to give physical energy to those who consume it. It is also good to alleviate cramps. On the other hand, chocolate is also a stimulant, in part due to its caffeine content. Therefore, together these ingredients bring a lift that you can enjoy with just a few tasty sips. 🙂
The scent of mint serves as an all-over energy-giver and mood-elevator. Chocolate also is used to elevate the mood.
Mint for many centuries has symbolized money and luck. Many spells contain this ingredient to summon money, and uses include placing it in an envelope and burying, burning, or wearing it on one’s person. By comparison, chocolate brings love. Therefore, perhaps one can put the two together (whether as a sipped tea, or burned together on charcoal) to bring a wealthy lover! (Well, anything’s worth a try, right?)