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Ceremonial Cacao

Ceremonial Kakaw Recipe



The most important element for a ceremonial elixer is the quality of the cacao. The preparation is not so complicated, giving you enough space to create with your intention and enjoy the medicine of the heart.

The amounts below are per person, you can multiply it by the number of people.


1. add 35~45 gram (3~5 tbsp) cacao for a ceremonial dose. 
Everybody is different and we all have different sensitivities. By using cacao more regularly you will find out what dose works well for you at different moments. 
If you don't have a scale: 1 tablespoon = ±10gr cacao flakes.

2. add 125-200ml hot water
70°C is warm enough to melt the cacao well and is a good temperature to drink. You can play with the amount of water to create the thickness that you like. Some prefer a thick cacao elixer while others like it more liquid.

3. add a pinch of cayenne and other optional ingredients.
Cayenne is a traditional (and very nice) combination with cacao. There are many combinations possible like: rose, cardamom, cinnamon, wild orange, medicinal mushrooms, etc. Ginger can be nice as a digestive spice, something to try out if that works for you.
You can also add sweetener to taste, like honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, etc. We like to use as little sugars as possible to keep the pure effect from the cacao.

4. blend into a frothy drink!
This is important to serve a beautiful cacao elixer with a full aroma. The air whisked into the cacao is creates a softer taste that is really enjoyable. The Maya and Aztecs where known for making cacao drinks with thick layers of foam. You get the best result with a (hand)blender which also makes it easy to brew an elixer for a group.

Enjoy the aromas and sip with a smile. Sending you lots of love. ♡
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