Chocolate Abyss, where chocolate meets tea: Two of the world’s best discoveries carefully blended for you to enjoy. Our Chocolate Abyss tea is quality black tea, expertly blended with real chocolate chunks, cocoa bits and coconut flakes. This tea is beautifully sweet with a slightly nutty edge. What’s not to like?
It’s like eating a huge slab of your favourite chocolate but without the calories. Check out some recipes in the How we like it tab and here’s our gorgeous recipe for a Chocolate Abyss Sweet Potato Tea Latte.
Best DrunkMorning or Noon
HOW WE LIKE IT
To Enjoy: Use 1 tsp per cup, add freshly boiled water and brew for 3-5 mins. Serve immediately or remove leaves. It can be drunk without milk but is also delicious as a tea latte! We have some delicious recipe ideas for you to try. Find a link to our recipe for a Chocolate Abyss with Sweet Potato Tea Latte in the description.
For a good old mug of Chocolate Tea Latte:
1. Brew 1 heaped teaspoon or perfect measure of our Chocolate Abyss Tea with boiling water, only filling to half way up the mug. Brew for around 5 minutes, remove the leaves.
2. Heat up enough milk to fill the rest of the mug (froth slightly if you can)
3. Sweeten it up to your taste a generous squeeze of honey works a treat!
4. Pour the heated milk into the mug of brewed Chocolate Abyss.
Sprinkle some chocolate on the top!
Feet up and enjoy!
Or if you fancy a cold version with a tad more indulgence, why not try our Chocolate Abyss Float...
Chocolate Abyss Float:
1. Brew a pot of double strength Chocolate Abyss, to brew double strength use 2 teaspoons of tea. Leave to cool.
2. Mix 100ml of semi skimmed milk with 50ml of condensed milk
3. Mix together 100ml of Chocolate Abyss tea with the milk mix and stir.
4. Add ice. Add a scope of real vanilla ice cream. To make it truly decadent use dark chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla
black tea, coconut chips, chocolate drops (sugar, WHOLE MILK POWDER, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, SWEET WHEY POWDER, emulsifier: soy lecithin), cocoa bean bits, natural flavourings.