• Indulge yourself in the classic combination of hazelnut and chocolate in a new form with our heirloom cacao tea. Made from the same cacao beans as our chocolate, the savory aroma of this brew is sure to soothe you in body and mind.
  • Indulge yourself in the classic combination of hazelnut and chocolate in a new form with our heirloom cacao tea. Made from the same cacao beans as our chocolate, the savory aroma of this brew is sure to soothe you in body and mind.
  • Roasted cacao nibs and shells, rich in euphoric theobromine, give this cacao tea blend a captivating aroma and taste. A peppermint infusion pairs with the delicate cacao to refresh the senses and delight the palette.
  • Our directly imported Arriba Nacional cacao beans speak for themselves in this cacao tea blend. Made from roasted cacao nibs and theobromine-rich shells, this tea brings both the exquisite aroma and health benefits of cacao in a blissful new experience.
  • Filtered by mother nature to a degree that no man-made machine is capable of replicating. The water is bubbling up of its own accord through gemstone-lined vaults in one of the most ancient mountain ranges of North America. The taste profile and sensation it creates in your being will prove to you how rare this substance is. Most hydrogeologists cannot definitively explain how such a perfect drinking water is created.
  • Filtered by mother nature to a degree that no man-made machine is capable of replicating. The water is bubbling up of its own accord through gemstone-lined vaults in one of the most ancient mountain ranges of North America. The taste profile and sensation it creates in your being will prove to you how rare this substance is. Most hydrogeologists cannot definitively explain how such a perfect drinking water is created.
  • Lavender Drinking chocolate from the Baroque period of France. Scented opulent exotic and redolent of spices including organic lavender flowers, cinnamon ambergris and musk.
  • Colonial New Mexican Drinking Chocolate c. 1600’s CE to 1830’s CE This chocolate elixir represents the historic drinking chocolate of the Northern New Mexico Spanish frontier from the late 1500’s to the early 1800’s.