Rococo was an 18th-century artistic movement and style, full of soft, light colors, overtly romanticized pastoral scenes, and a lot of preposterously fancy shepherding. Later criticized for being "too saccharine-sweet," Rococo nevertheless came to be personified with the lavish art of sweetness -- in a wig, with a corset, on a tree swing. And so it is with Sweet Rococoa tea: an embellished, cocoa-inspired blend of creamy honeybush chocolate, toasted honeybush hazelnut, and sweet wild strawberry, curled up with accent-scoops of exotic cinnamon, chocolate chips, and strawberry pieces. This cocoa-strawberry blend won't keep Your Highness up all night, either, as its leaves are caffeine-free. (Note that the inclusion of cocoa nibs and chocolate chips may add a *trace* amount of caffeine, but hey, that's a small price to pay for such a low-guilt chocolatey indulgence.)
This is a decaf tea | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.