Ikal Kakaw’ Chili Chocolate Elixir c. 1900 BCE – 1600 CE
This rich dark bittersweet chocolate has complex chocolate notes, chili fruit overtones and a slow deep burn from four different chilies. For thousands of years, the combination of chocolate and chilies was popular throughout Mesoamerica. Honey originally from tropical native stingless bees was used sparingly as it was a precious flavoring and medicine.
Ingredients: Cacao Santa Fe house made 100% Unsweetened Chocolate*, 4 Chilies, Spices* & Mexican Vanilla*. *Organic. Dairy Free! Contains Honey
Scisenti's Chocolate Elixirs are custom made in house at Cacao Santa Fe by alchemist and chocolate historian Mark Scisenti. This is one of the more intense drinking chocolates.
Add mixture to the hot liquid of your choice from plain water to nut milks or dairy. Allergen alert: Contains nuts. Please allow up to a week to process your order. 4 x 6 oz servings.
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Scisenti's Chocolate Elixirs are custom made in house at Cacao Santa Fe by alchemist and chocolate historian Mark Scisenti. The recipe uses our house made 100% Dominican chocolate, toasted blue...