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Vanilla Cacao Tea

Vanilla Cacao Tea

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Brewing Tips

A very popular infusion, Vanilla Cacao has a base of Rooibos and Honeybush teas, blended with pieces of the cacao bean and dwarf everlast blossoms. Honeybush is a lesser known variant of Rooibos, with the aroma of honey and a little sweeter than the rooibos. Infused together, this blend has a unique and subtle but full-bodied flavour.

Silky smooth with a rich heavenly flavour, you can’t brew this one wrong. Velvety and aromatic vanilla with honey and chocolate notes, a cold brew unlocks the more complex flavours with a strong cacao, whereas a hot brew delivers a slightly toned down but nonetheless sumptuous treat. 

Brew

Hot brew

  • 1 slightly heaped teaspoon per 250mL water
  • Fresh boiled water at 100 degrees celcius
  • Infuse for 5 minutes
  • Enjoy clear or with honey

Cold Brew

  • 2 tsp tea per 250mL water
  • 1 tsp sugar (if using) per 250mL
  • Mix with filtered cold water until sugar dissolved
  • Infuse in fridge for 8 hours
  • Strain and enjoy

 

To brew a good cuppa is pretty easy - it is all in how you prepare it. The following guidelines are to help you get the best possible taste and enjoyment out of our tea on offer.

Water - First start with fresh great tasting cold water. Bring the water to a rolling boil. Do not let your water boil for an extended period of time because this draws out of oxygen, which is necessary for the flavour extraction. The Depending on how strong you prefer your perfect cup of tea use approximately 1 teaspoons of tea per 250ml of water.

Temperature - Using the correct water temperature is of equal importance. Please note that only black teas, fruit blends, rooibos and herbal infusions are brewed with boiling water. It is of vital importance to remember not to use boiling water for oolong, green and white teas. After bringing the water to a rolling boil you have to let it cool down to the desired temperature.

Time - What turns most people away from tea is it being simply an over drawn. To avoid a bitter and unpleasant taste, never allow your tea to steep beyond the time as recommended on the brew card or in the instruction on the box. For a stronger cup of tea, add more tea rather than increasing the steeping time.

Green Tea - 75˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
White Tea - 75˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
Black Tea - 100˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
Rooibos - 100˚c / 5 minutes
Fruit Blends - 100˚c / 5 minutes
Herbal Infusion - 100˚c / 5 minutes

Vanilla Cacao Tea