This Rooibos with a taste of maple syrup and chocolate is a nod to Canada. Our recipe is built with Rooibos, Honeybush, crushed cocoa beans ... This red tea gourmand can be enjoyed at any time of day because it contains no theine.
Chocolate Rooibos and maple syrup: the infusion of the gourmands
With its different ingredients, this blend is sure to make your mouth water. It includes natural rooibos and Honeybush, two plants with a sweet taste that go very well with vanilla and orange. In addition, there are real cocoa pieces that add intense chocolate notes to the tea. Finally, the natural aroma of maple syrup makes the taste of this product more generous and greedy. The infusion of rooibos gives your drink a beautiful red color with golden highlights. The aroma that emerges is powerful, it is sweet and chocolatey with a note of caramel and maple syrup. This infusion is ideal for a moment of pleasure, at any age and at any time of the day. Make your own opinion!
Benefits and virtues of rooibos with chocolate
Rooibos is called "red tea" because of the beautiful red color it offers to your infusion. Contrary to what its name suggests, rooibos does not contain any theine. Rooibos-based beverages are not stimulating as different teas or coffee can be. Rooibos and cocoa have long been recognized for their benefits. In South Africa, rooibos infusions are used to treat digestive disorders, bad cholesterol and insomnia. As for cocoa, its use as a natural antidepressant has been proven. With its high level of magnesium and antioxidants, it prevents cardiovascular disease and reduces high blood pressure.
Our tasting tips
How to prepare chocolate rooibos?
For a successful infusion, immerse your chocolate rooibos in very hot water for 7 to 10 minutes. This is the time needed for the sweet and cocoa notes of the ingredients to reveal themselves.
How much chocolate rooibos?
For a good cup of herbal tea, count about 5 grams of product. If you want to prepare a larger quantity, you need 15 to 20 grams of chocolate rooibos per liter of hot water.
What is the ideal infusion temperature for chocolate rooibos?
For successful infusions, it is recommended to let your chocolate rooibos infuse in water at 100°C for a few minutes. This way, you can enjoy all the flavors of the ingredients.
When to drink chocolate rooibos?
Without caffeine, this drink can be enjoyed by young and old throughout the day and even in the evening. With its dark chocolate taste and sweetness, it can be used to replace cocoa milk for children's snacks.
The advantages of chocolate rooibos in bulk
Thés & Traditions is a French brand that offers quality products at affordable prices. All our teas and other blends are packaged in France to ensure optimal freshness. You will find your chocolate rooibos in a metal box or resealable bag with a capacity of 100 grams each. They allow an excellent conservation of the product in bulk.