Chocolate tea. Place water and mints into pot or sauce pan and bring to boil on medium high heat. Stir slowly every now and then (You reduce the heat so the milk will not burn). When milk/water is almost to boil again, turn off heat.
Try our sampler cube to experience decadent flavors reminiscent of red velvet cake, peppermint chocolate, and so much more. Chocolate tea is an herbal infusion prepared by blending either roasted cocoa shells/cocoa nibs or chopped/grated chocolate with one of the tea varieties like green, black, mint, or other flavored herbal teas. The amount of caffeine present in the beverage varies depending on the type of tea used. You can have Chocolate tea using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Chocolate tea
- It’s 1 cup of milk.
- You need 1 of Elaichi.
- It’s 1 tsp of coco powder.
- It’s 1 tsp of chai Patti.
- It’s 2 tbsp of sugar.
Making Chocolate Tea A cup of chocolate tea is fairly simple to make if you have cocoa shells on hand. The tea is characterized by a chocolatey aroma and a mild and sweet taste if you add honey. Cocoa tea is a blend of chocolate with other spices and gives this "tea" a strong chocolatey flavor that is much heavier than the packaged hot chocolate with marshmallows. The cocoa beans are roasted, crushed (ground), spiced and then rolled into the balls or even sticks.
Chocolate tea step by step
- Boil milk and add sugar in it..
- Add Elaichi in it and cook 👨🏽🍳.
- Add chai Patti and coco powder and cook in slow flame for 5 minutes..
- Serve when ready.
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