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Hot chocolate with mint and linden

Recette de chocolat chaud à la menthe et tilleul

By Nathalie Beaudoin Hta, N.D. | Photo et stylism: Nathalie Beaudoin


PREPARATION: 10 minutes | COOK TIME: 5 minutes | YIELD 2 servings


  • 500 ml of milk or dark chocolate almond milk (Silk brand)
  • 1 sachet (3 g of loose tea) of Linden herbal tea from FloralTea
  • Whipped cream or marshmallow (your choice)
  • Cinnamon or cocoa powder (optional for decoration)


  1. In a small pot, bring the chocolate milk to a boil.

  2. Remove from the heat and add the herbal tea. Leave to infuse for 10 minutes and remove the sachet.

  3. Serve hot in a large mug. Garnish with whipped cream or marshmallows, to your liking. If desired, sprinkle with cinnamon or cocoa powder for decoration.

Delicious and simple like 1,2,3 ... Cheers!

To obtain the Linden herbal tea from FloralTea, click HERE


« With the return of the snow and winter sports, there's nothing better than a good hot chocolate after a day of activities in the great outdoors. This new version of the traditional hot chocolate, with its delicious taste of mint and lime, will quickly become a favorite of all.

Linden is a medicinal plant that will appeal to the whole family because it is soft and sweet. Its flowers have calming, relaxing and sedative properties. Peppermint helps relieve digestive disorders such as nausea, bloating, gas and regulate the internal temperature of the body. As for it, lemon verbena has a digestive tonic and slightly calming effect.

Our lime blossom, peppermint and lemon verbena herbal tea, infused in hot chocolate, will make this winter classic a winning recipe for both its taste and its digestive and relaxing benefits.

This winter, treat yourself to a delicious hot chocolate with mint and lime blossom. A beautiful comforting treat to share with family, friends or just for yourself!

Long live winter with FloralTea! »


Nathalie Beaudoin

​In order to help you regain well-being and vitality, Nathalie offers treatments as a herbalist-phytotherapist in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, combining traditional herbalism and energy treatments. She is a member of the Guilde des herboristes du Québec and is a naturopath graduated by the Academy of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists of Canada. She is a food consultant and culinary florist. She is the author of the book Des fleurs dans votre assiette, published by Éditions MultiMondes, distributed in Canada and Europe. Honored at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in July 2019 in Macao, China, her book won 3rd place worldwide in the A13 Blogger / Social Media printed book category. Her book was also nominated for Taste Canada - Les Lauréats des Saveurs du Canada 2019, where she stood out as a finalist alongside Ricardo and Josée di Stasio.

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