Fiery cayenne pepper with warm vibrant cinnamon
and soothing ground vanilla beans blended
with premium, chocolaty cocoa grounds
For thousands of years, the Maya and Aztecs drank an unsweetened health elixir called xocoatl made from roasted cocoa and hot peppers. Experience the changing and harmonising flavours in this exquisite and energising blend of premium ground cocoa beans, cayenne pepper, cinnamon and vanilla beans.
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If you like chai this is to cavalla what chai is to tea. It makes a great alternative if you're in the mood. I find I can drink it without sweetner, like the normal cavalla. It has a mostly peppery taste in addition the great cavalla dark chocolate feel. It's a bit of a pep and something different when you feel like the change, and no doubt goes great with a sweetner if that's they way you drink it. Not too strong on the spicy, I find this a great flavour once in a while.
Came across your product through Changing Habits program. I thought I would try as per their recommendation. I was surprised with the number of flavours and selection. Love the MAYA and the the slight hum at the end is so goooood. On the whole it is delicious. I will be recommending to everyone I know. Great gift idea too.
Love this bru as you can brew it to really enhance the spice or use it a little diluted and just have the faintest hit of chilli. Always warn new comers as the flavour is quite there , very interesting.
I love this version of Bru for these cooler Autumn/Winter days. Just the right amount of spice to warm you up! One of my favs!
I love spicy food, love cayenne on chicken and corn etc so thought why not try this! And it's awesome! The cayenne doesn't over power the cacao flavour, but adds a bit of zing and just leaves me feeling so satisfied with it! Delicious, this is my favourite flavour (so far) but can't wait to try the others (have tried mint too which is lovely).
Maya is definitely my go to fave at the moment with that deep but ever so subtle kick of chilie ... it warms up the cockles of me heart on a cold winters evening