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Recipe | Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea Raw Chocolate

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea Raw Chocolate

Making healthy raw chocolate is so easy, I couldn't believe it when a dear friend shared her recipe. This recipe is vegan, raw and gluten free but still taste all in all amazing and no less chocolate-y than the regular chocolates. I have been making this when I visit friends and for coworkers at the office. The recipe only takes 30 minutes so it's possible to make this from start to finish while waiting for laundry!



  1. Grind oriental beauty oolong tea down to powder
  2. Combine all ingredients together in a double boiler or in a bowl inside a bigger bowl that is filled with hot water. 
  3. Mix the mixture till the texture is smooth
  4. Pour the mixture into chocolate molds or baking tray 
  5. Let the chocolates rest in the freezer for an hour or fridge for 3 hour

Alternative fun flavour ideas

This recipe is easy and versatile, you can add any flavours you like to it. Our suggestions include Iron Buddha Oolong Tea with walnuts, Red Jade Black Tea with peppermint and Chamomile with a little bit of rosemary.

Enjoy the healthy raw chocolates with our Iron Buddha Oolong Tea Bourbon Soy Latte. Try the soy latte recipe here!

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Recipe | Red Jade Black Tea Infused Raw Chocolate

Happy holiday! With secret santa gift exchanges and holiday dinner hosting coming up, we are here to help you! This tea infused raw chocolate recipe is one that everyone would love and it's easy to make with minimum effort. Read on, we'll teach you how to make tea infused raw chocolate. 

The Red Jade Black Tea Infused Raw Chocolate Recipe


  • pot or pan
  • stainless steel or tempered glass bowl
  • wooden spoon
  • spatula
  • mortar and pestle
  • tray (we use 15 cm x 15 cm pan)


Makes one 15cm x 15 cm x 3cm chocolate block

  • chocolate 200g (sweet or bitter, it's up to you!)
  • butter 35g
  • cream 100ml
  • honey 5g (replace with maple syrup for a Canadian touch)
  • Red Jade Black Tea 3g 


30 minutes to make and 10 minutes to cut

  1. Grind Red Jade Black Tea into powder form with mortar and pestle.
  2. Combine chopped chocolate and butter together in a double boiler setup.
  3. In a small pot, combine cream, honey and tea under low heat. Turn off the heat immediately when it starts to simmer then let it rest for 2 minutes.
  4. Combine both mixtures then pour into the tray.
  5. Place in freezer for at least one hour for the mixture to solidify.
  6. Take out and cut them into 2.5cm x 2.5cm squares.
  7.  Optional decoration is to sprinkle coco powder.

Alternative Flavour Ideas:
Iron Buddha Oolong with a pinch of lavender
Oriental Beauty Oolong with a pinch of cinnamon