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Martha Washington's Cacao Shell Tea Tin - 20 Teabags roasted cacao shells, blended with cut and sifted cinnamon History: Martha Washington enjoyed drinking cacao shell tea, which she made from roasted shells and sipped at breakfast. George Washington wrote to his agent, “She will, . . . thank you to get 20 Lbs of the shells of Cocoa nuts, if they can be had of the Chocolate makers." Tasting notes: Aroma of cinnamon toast before brewing. Steeping in hot water unleashes a tonic of chocolate. The brew yields a full-bodied, slightly bitter infusion with strong notes of chocolate, and light flavors of cinnamon. Enjoy the flavors of cinnamon buns and coffee cake. The cut and sifted cinnamon is a natural complement to the flavor of cacao. Caffeine: Cacao shell tea is caffeine-free, but it does contain other natural stimulants. Brewing: Suggested serving per 10oz cup: 1 Teabag, 205 degree water, steep for 10 min Weight: 5 oz. Width: 2.75 inches. Height: 5.25 inches. Depth: 2.75 inches.
Oliver Pluff & Company - Cacao Cinnamon Teabags
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