Try Severing This Choco-Mint Tea Recipe After a Hearty Meal

There’s nothing more refreshing on a cold winter’s day than a hot cup of chocolate mint tea. There are many ways you can make a choco-mint tea recipe, with or without tea bags. Try a few of these recipes below!

Homemade Chocolate Mint Tea (No Tea Bags)


  • Fresh mint sprigs.
  • Hot water.
  • ¼ teaspoons of chocolate extract or 1 teaspoon chocolate powder


  1. Place a sprig of fresh mint in a mug.
  2. Boil water.
  3. Pour boiling water over the fresh mint.
  4. Using a spoon, muddle the mint sprig in the hot water.
  5. Add chocolate extract or chocolate powder to the mug.
  6. Stir, serve hot, and enjoy.

Choco-Mint Tea Latte Recipe

For a rich, creamy twist on choco-mint tea recipes, try the choco-mint tea latte recipe below.

To make this, it helps to have the following around your kitchen:

  • French press (or milk frother).
  • Mini food processor.
  • Glass teapot ( any teapot will do).


  • 2 teaspoon cacao nibs
  • 1 teaspoon Assam black tea
  • ½ teaspoons peppermint tea
  • 2 teaspoons brown sugar
  • ⅓ cup milk (dairy or non-dairy)
  • Fresh mint leaves or chocolate shavings (or both)


  1. Use a mini-food processor to grind cacao nibs into smaller pieces. 
  2. In a teapot with a strainer, combine ground cacao nibs, brown sugar, black tea, and peppermint tea.
  3. Pour in ¾ cups boiling water.
  4. Let steep for five minutes.
  5. While tea is steeping, heat milk on the stovetop on low until tiny bubbles start to form on the side.
  6. Turn off heat, and pour milk into a French press.
  7. While holding onto the French press lid, move the plunger up and down until the milk doubles in volume.
  8. Strain steeped tea into your mug.
  9. Top with frothed milk.
  10. Garnish with fresh mint leaves or chocolate shavings (or both!)
  11. Serve hot, and enjoy!

Chocolate Tea + Mint Recipe

Most choco-mint tea recipes use a form of mint tea as their base. But you can also start with chocolate tea, and add mint.

Did you know that you could brew chocolate tea? Some chocolate teas mix tea with cocoa powder, while others are made by mixing roasted, winnowed cacao shells with regular black tea. The cacao shells give the black tea a warm, chocolatey flavor, but with fewer calories than a beverage like hot chocolate. 

After brewing a glass of your favorite brand of chocolate tea, add one or two drops of food-grade peppermint oil, or peppermint extract, and voila! A delicious choco-mint tea recipe.

For another festive twist on this recipe, after brewing a class of chocolate tea, add a candy cane.

If you enjoy choco-mint tea – or tea in general – try the below products from Dr. Mercola, Oregon’s Wild Harvest, and Alvita Teas.

Dr. Mercola

To make a delicious choco-mint tea recipe, try adding a few drops of Dr. Mercola’s Peppermint Organic Essential Oil. This organic, food-grade essential oil is steam-distilled from fresh peppermint leaves and will add a delicious, refreshing peppermint flavor to your choco-mint tea (or any other drink or recipe).

Oregon’s Wild Harvest

For another delicious tea, try Rene’s Tea from Oregon’s Wild Harvest. Rene’s Tea is formulated with organic ingredients like burdock root, sheep sorrel, slippery elm bark, and rhubarb root to help support and maintain an optimal level of health. Or try Oregon’s Wild Harvest’s Immuni-Tea, which contains a blend of organic peppermint leaf, green tea herb, grape root, rose hips, orange peel, calendula flower, echinacea top and root, goldenseal rhizome, and red clover leaf and blossom to help support overall health and well-being.

Alvita Teas

You may also enjoy some signature tea blends from Alvita Teas, which are made with perfect brewing techniques, and deliver a variety of herbal concoctions for your many health needs. Try their bestselling Nettle Leaf Organic Tea, which supports optimal joint health and comfort with organic nettle leaves. Or brew a cup of their Licorice Root Organic Tea, which has a light, sweet flavor, and is often used to soothe a sore throat and even support the digestive system.

What’s your favorite choco-mint tea recipe?