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Cacao Ceremony

Cacao Ceremony

Powder (200g)

 

$40.00

Description

Cacao Ceremony

We need to understand about the origin. More understanding more connection. nature, where it cacao comes from, the origin, the process, the myths and the rituals. We will embark on a serene journey where you will get the chance to know the history & source of the Tree of the Food of the Goods.  

Additional information

Weight .20 kg

How to use

Cacao Ceremony

We need to understand about the origin. More understanding more connection. nature, where it cacao comes from, the origin, the process, the myths and the rituals. We will embark on a serene journey where you will get the chance to know the history & source of the Tree of the Food of the Goods.  

Inspiration

Cacao Ceremony

We need to understand about the origin. More understanding more connection. nature, where it cacao comes from, the origin, the process, the myths and the rituals. We will embark on a serene journey where you will get the chance to know the history & source of the Tree of the Food of the Goods.  

Shipping

Cacao Ceremony

We need to understand about the origin. More understanding more connection. nature, where it cacao comes from, the origin, the process, the myths and the rituals. We will embark on a serene journey where you will get the chance to know the history & source of the Tree of the Food of the Goods.  

How to make it

Bring 220mLs of water to a light simmer (60°C). Combine 2-3 tablespoons (20-30g) of your Mexican Chocolate or 1 Frido Cacao coin with your water into a tall vessel.

To prepare your cacao 

Traditionally
Insert the molinillo and begin to roll the handle back and forth between your palms to combine the mixture. Continue until a creamy foam develops at the surface.

The Modern Way
Carefully blend your mixture with a stick blender for around 2 minutes until creamy and foamy at the surface.

Frido Cacao