The site for this tea describes cacao as a “superfood” — a fact that almost every woman on Earth innately knows. (Am I right?)
The touted health benefits of this tea include kicking caffeine addiction, weight loss, and boosting mood.
Like I care about any of that.
I just want to drink chocolate.
This is a tasty brew, sweet with a tiny smoky tinge. It has a lot of the impact of eating chocolate, with few (if any) of the calories.
Would I rather be shoveling pure candy bars into my face? Obviously. But this tea does, to a degree, help with the chocolate urge.
I was reading an article about the inevitability of food regret. If you’re trying to eat right and you eat junk food, you regret that. If eat an apple instead of a candy bar, you don’t enjoy the apple as much (regret). The crux of the article was that either way, you’re going to be slightly unhappy with your choice — so you might as well make the right choice.
In this instance, the right choice was this tea. I recommend trying it. Maybe with a little bit of sugar or honey. But I’m drinking it straight, because that’s the responsible food choice. It works that way, too.
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Herbal
Where to Buy: Micacao
Herbal chocolate tea made from the shell of the cacao bean. Cacao Tea is 100% cocoa based. It is completely natural, preservative free, and without any artificial flavors or starches. Sugar-free. Organic. Gluten-Free. Vegan-friendly.
Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!
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