Aztec Love Potion
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Revel in the luxurious blend of spices and chilies we added to our signature drinking chocolate. So rich and exotic it’s like falling in love.
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- Whisk 4 tbs into 8 oz simmering hot water or your choice of dairy or non-dairy milk or cream.
- An intoxicating blend of cinnamon-dusted Venezuelan chocolate with ancho and pasilla chilies makes this a sumptuous love potion worthy of the ancient Aztecs. There's enough chili to warm your passions without setting your mouth on fire!
- Our customers compare our drinking chocolate to melting the most decadent chocolate truffle and drinking it from a cup — smooth as can be!
- Comes in 4, 8, and 16 oz packages with instructions included.
- The word chocolate comes from the Aztec word xocolātl, meaning "bitter water."
- One Aztec legend suggests the god Quetzalcoatl was banished by the other gods for sharing the secret of chocolate with humans.
- The conquistador Bernal Díaz del Castillo described King Moctezuma II being served foamed cacao in cups of gold and noted that chocolate was used by Aztec men for “success with women.”
- Chocolate contains phenylethylamine, a brain chemical released when a person experiences attraction. Similarly, some studies claim eating chocolate raises levels of oxytocin — known as the cuddle chemical.
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Cocoa solids: 68% Venezuelan cocoa powder (Dutch-process with alkali) cane sugar, ancho & pasilla chilies, cinnamon and soy lecithin. CONTAINS: Soy, Milk. May contain traces of nuts, including peanuts.