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This aromatic cup of tea is a bright and medium strength Ceylon Single Region tea, extended in texture and flavour by ceylon nutmeg, clove, cocoa and cinnamon. The island harmony chai is filled with authentic Sri Lankan herbs and spices. The Ayurvedic view is based on the healing powers of nature. A centuries-old wisdom that has been passed on from generation to generation, but not (all) scientifically proven. Below we share all the ingredients in the Arana mélanges and what functionalities are attributed to them;
The cinnamon in your cup of tea is 100% Ceylon Cinnamon. Thanks to your purchase of Dilmah tea the Dilmah Conservation can protect the endangered species, like the Dragonfly at our estate Hunuwela. Our Hunuwela Estate is the home to a total of 282 species of flora and 214 species of fauna and is an important repository of Sri Lanka’s biodiversity. A significant discovery was the presence of two highly endangered (both nationally and globally) species named dragonflies – the Rivulet Tiger (Gomphidia pearsoni) and Wijaya’s Scissortail (Microgomphus wijaya) – along with another 58 endemic and 28 (nationally/globally) endangered species residing within the estate.
For this spiced chocolate drink recipe you need; 100g of 85% Dark Chocolate, 2 cups of oat milk, 2 Comfort tea bags, 4 tbls of coconut sugar, pinch of Salt.
You start by placing a bowl over a pot of boiling water. in the meanwhile you chop the chocolate into little pieces and place them into the bowl. Add along ¼ cup of the milk and the contents of the two Comfort teabags. Let it sit, stir occasionally until the chocolate is fully dissolved. Start adding the rest of the milk, the sugar and the pinch of salt. Keep on stirring to prevent the mixture from sticking. Feel free to add more milk if you would like the mixture to be thinner. Your drink is ready to serve. Add a sprinkle of chili powder for a secret kick. Here you can find the video of this recipe.