Who can resist a luscious chocolate cake dotted with crimson raspberries? We all fall prey because we know that there is nothing like the accent of raspberries over chocolate to titillate the taste buds.
Now you can experience the same burst of juicy raspberries accompanied by luscious chocolate to give you that thrill from a brew that won’t take you into the high calorie realm.
Teeccino’s first fruit flavor voted for by 2700 fans who said, ”Give us Chocolate Raspberry please!”
Ingredients: organic roasted carob, organic barley, chicory, organic ramon seeds, natural chocolate raspberry flavor, organic cocoa powder
By: Tamara from Sonora/CA on May 4, 2010
By: Judy Moravek from Erie, PA on September 15, 2010
"Just got my samples of the Boutique herbal coffees today. after evening tea, I brewed some of the Chocolate Raspberry. I added some Almond milk and 3 drops of Vanilla Cream liquid Stevia. YUM!! What a delightful drink after the evening meal!"
By: Teri from South Carolina on November 27, 2010
"I was not sure if I would like this one but decided to try it anyway. I am glad I did! It is wonderful made in the expresso machine with steamed milk and a little agave nectar. Yummy is a good word to describe it!"
By: Bonnie from Clear lake, Iowa on June 19, 2010
By: Barbara Atwater from Suiteland, MD on January 3, 2011
By: Sandi from Pocatello ID on March 22, 2011
"Loses something in the translation. I mixed this one regular as raspberry is one of my favourite fruit flavours. Not too keen on chocolate with my raspberries, but a friend of mine said that it was heaven just on its own---like a raspberry chocolate from a box of chocolates.
That should have been a warning, I suppose. Smells a lot like a syrupy-centred chocolate, but doesn't really taste like it. Then I tried it with a little unsweetened Silk. Nope. Then, I added stevia. Then I let it cool to room temperature.
Well, it's not bad after I added all the junk and let it cool down. But, I don't really want to add stuff to it. Maybe I'm just not a frou-frou dessert beverage kind of person. Chances are, though, that if you went for all that silly stuff in your coffee, you'll probably like this flavour."
By: Kay Hornsby from Port Lavaca, TX on February 4, 2011
I believe the raspberry chocolate mixture would be much better of the raspberry flavor were more subdued. I have done this by adding some vanilla nut or almond amaretto to the mix. Also, if this mix were made with medium roast and not dark roast it would be more enjoyable for latte lovers, rather than straight coffee lovers. I love Teeccino coffee and purchase it on a regular basis in a variety of flavors and use it at my B&B."
By: Virginia Peterson from Fort Lauderdale, FL on June 28, 2011
Carob pods are highly nutritious and contain a variety of antioxidants known as flavonoids. Carob shares flavonoids in common with tea that have been studied to be highly effective in humans for protecting cells against free radical damage.
Roasted barley is a popular coffee alternative in Italy where it is known as
Roasted chicory root is the popular coffee alternative in France. French coffee is famous for its smooth, less acidic flavor because approximately 30% of French coffee is roasted chicory root. Another variety of chicory produces endive...
Teeccino's Maya flavors feature roasted ramón seeds, a nutrient-rich food of the Maya civilization. Ramon seeds are actually the seed of the ramon fruit. Ramon seeds do not contain tree allergens like almonds, walnuts and pecans.
Teeccino selects the highest quality, pure natural flavors that are made from flavoring constituents that are extracted from natural ingredients like fruits, spices, herbs and even coffee.