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Iced Cacao Summer Spice

Our partners at West Seattle Grounds came up with this amazing recipe that has easily become a hit! If you find yourself strollling West Seattle during this quiet summer, stop by their coffee shop to try an Iced Cacao Summer Spice. It is creative, delicious and invigorating!

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Cacao for Skincare? Health benefits revealed

Sifted Sustainable Gift Set: part of our zero-waste efforts at Sifted Tea I'm beyond thrilled to introduce you to our Sustainable Gift Set! The hope with this set is that it brings some joy during this challenging season of 2020. I believe we can all do a little bit more good in the world if we look for those around us who maybe need a bit of extra encouragement and love. I'm thinking specifically of hardworking moms. I will personally hand write your name or a Mother's Day note on the gift tag before mailing. Simply email us after placing your order, saying how to address your gift. Meanwhile, let's nerd out about some cool stuff!!! Is the idea of cacao...

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Handmade Bar Soap - Sifted Cacao's all natural byproduct!

WE ARE NOW ZERO WASTE. HOLLA!!! Why is this handmade soap "zero waste"? Check our latest instagram post. We use the remnant cacao powder from our Sifting process - the important step we take to ensure your cacao tea is pure, clean, and caffeine-free.

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Maca Caramel Sifted Tea Latte

Did I say caramel?! Well, maca has an earthy undertone, and when mixed with our floral and subtle-sweet Sifted Cacao + a pinch of coconut sugar... the result is magical. It's like a caramelized chocolate, in your cup, without being 400 calories (eh hem, caramel mochas for $4.95 from a certain coffee shop).  I owe this recipe to my love for maca oatmeal bowls. Adding just a touch of something sweet to maca really brings out its flavor, and pairing it with coconut sugar and cacao is TOTAL BLISS. Try this soon, you guys. Coconut sugar has a warm, almost caramelized flavor to it, similar to brown sugar! Difference being coconut sugar is low glycemic.  xoxo, Sonia RECIPE: Ingredients:Maca powdercoconut sugarSifted...

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