Chocolate Herbal Chai
Package size4 oz 2 oz 8 oz 1 pound
Our Chocolate Herbal Chai is a delicious caffeine-free blend of South African Rooibos, Ginger root, Cinnamon, Cardamom, and Cocoa morsels. This spiced chocolate delight can be enjoyed any time of the day to ease stomach discomfort and inflammation in the muscles and joints.
The combination of the different spices gives this tea a sweet, spicy flavor. Makes a great latte.
Why drink Chai with Rooibos
Chocolate Herbal Chai is full of health-promoting antioxidants which may help lower bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol. It is also known to may kill cancer cells & prevent tumor growth. Rooibos can help balance blood sugar and improve insulin resistance.
- Immune Support
- Pain Relief/Relaxation
Grown in Africa on our organic plantations & hand-packed in the USA.
When I was in college I was introduced to chai. There was a tea house called Dobra at the time and when I graduated and returned to my home state I really missed that place. I didn’t think I’d ever find comprable tasty tea until I found Zen. Best yet, I learned to brew it at home. So I take a drink of masala chai each morning and get so much energy, comfort and joy out of my daily sip.
Smooth with nice smell. Chocolate was hard to taste.
I love the aroma and the flavor!
This tea is delightful! If you have a chance, order a cup of it in the cafe with almond milk. So yummy! The way I prepare it is to use a French press and then I add boiling hot almond milk. I let it brew, cool down and then I refrigerate it. The flavors overnight must really set in because the next day it is delicious!
I love every component of this blend. The chocolate is a bonus - anything with chocolate is! I have learned that this has to be a mid-morning tea for me as I am very sensitive to caffeine, and thus drinking it right before bed, or after dinner, is a sleep disruptor. But it IS delicious, soothing and comforting. Nice creative combination of ingredients. It’s already on my “favorites” list! (NOTE: even though technically the tea is "caffeine free", my body is really sensitive to anything containing caffeine, and thus the chocolate in it does affect me. I might be the exception to the rule, but my body-brain connection says "oh! let's open up the caffeine receptors!" I still love this tea)