Cocoa Caramel Butter Tea

We didn’t know tea could be this good.

By Chanel Dror

“Traditional butter tea is found in the mountains of Nepal, India and Tibet. It’s a rich, creamy beverage typically served to folks braving the harsh elements of the Himalayas. Today, people across the globe are blending grassfed butter into their teas and coffees to kick start their fat burning metabolism and enhance cognitive function. Given my focus on health, we’ve tweaked the traditional recipe by substituting grassfed ghee instead of butter, and blending in organic coconut oil to create this Cocoa Caramel Butter Tea.” —Raechel Kelley Valles, Founder and Tea Sommelier at Siply.

Cocoa Caramel Butter Tea

Serves 2

Cocoa Caramel Butter Tea

By Camille Styles


  • 1 T Scottish Caramel
  • 2 tsp Tea Butter
  • 1 T collagen
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp cocoa
  • 1/2 T raw honey
  • dash of salt
  • 16 oz water
  • French press or teapot
  • blender


  1. Steep 1 T of Scottish Caramel in 16 oz of 212° water for 5 min using a teapot or French press
  2. Add Tea Butter, cinnamon, cocoa, collagen, salt and honey to blender
  3. After the tea has steeped, carefully add it to the blender and discard leaves (or save for a resteep later!)
  4. Blend until frothy
  5. Sip and savor

Comments (1)

  1. Laura says:

    Thank you! And where is that lovely mug from?

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