Maca, Damiana, Horny Goat Weed and Tribulus are stimulating herbs that have been used for centuries to boost mood and arouse desire.
Cacao and carob not only create the perfect harmony of rich, creamy, and indulgent chocolate, but are also rich in antioxidants from their unique flavonoids.
Lover's Latte contains no added sugar, is sweetened naturally with monk fruit, and has less than 1 g of naturally occurring sugar per serve.
Cacao Powder (75%)*, Roasted Carob Powder*, Arousing Herbal Blend (Peruvian Maca* [yellow, red and black], Damiana, Horny Goat Weed, Tribulus*), Coconut MCT Oil, Natural Plant-Based Vanilla Flavour, Sunflower Lecithin, Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt, Luo Han Gua (Monk Fruit Extract).
*Certified Organic Ingredients
Contains traces of Milk Protein
Serving Size - 6 g
Servings per pack
90 g - 15
500 g - 83
per 100 g
Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing fish, shellfish, eggs, soy, tree nuts, lupin and sesame.
Add 2 heaped teaspoons (6 g) to a little hot milk. Stir to combine. Add the remaining milk to make 200 ml. For added sweetness, add 1 teaspoon maple syrup, raw honey or organic coconut sugar.
Will Lover's Latte make me randy?
Whilst Lover's Latte contains herbs that have been used traditionally to arouse desire and improve vitality, we only include herbs in whole herb form and in supportive amounts so that they are safe and suitable for everyone. Lover’s Latte is a food product, it is not designed to be therapeutic in any way and is not to be associated with the likes of therapeutic supplements.
Is Lover's Latte suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
Lover’s Latte is suitable for all pregnant and breastfeeding women who are comfortable consuming a small amount of Maca. Maca has traditionally been consumed to help balance hormones, so large quantities may not be recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding, however, Lover’s Latte only contains a supportive amount of Maca (not enough to have an effect on hormones) making it safe for any member of the family to consume.
Are the herbs extracts or whole herbs?
Lover’s Latte utilises whole herbs. Here at Nutra Organics, it is of the utmost importance to us that all members of the family can enjoy the majority of our products and that where possible, we use the most “whole” form of the ingredient available.
Is Lover's Latte vegan?
Lover’s Latte contains all plant based ingredients, however trace levels of dairy protein have been found in the final product due to one of the ingredients being manufactured on the same line as a dairy containing ingredient. For this reason, we declare “contains traces of milk protein” on the label, and don’t advertise Lover’s Latte as vegan.
What does Lover's Latte taste like?
Lover’s latte is 75% pure cacao making it rich and chocolately. The cacao is beautifully balanced with the delicate sweetness of carob and monk fruit. The result is a smooth decadent chocolate drink that is low in sugar (only 0.6g per serve). If you have a real sweet tooth you may like to add some additional sweetness from organic coconut sugar, maple or honey.
Favourite latte for a little treat, love it!
Really yummy. I use as a nice sweet treat at the end of the night.
great smooth taste. sweeter than expected, so I wouldn't be adding any sweeteners before trying it yourself.
2 heaped teaspoons doesn’t equal 6 grams. Nice taste but feel perhaps robbed of quality ingredients seeing as your OK with stating inaccurate serving sizes.
Hi GG, sorry to hear you aren't happy with the serving suggestion! Glad to hear you enjoy the taste though. The serving size for our Lover's Latte is 6 grams, as indicated on our nutrition information panel. However because not everyone has a scale at home to exactly measure 6 grams, our approximate measure for customers is two heaped teaspoons. During our testing using different teaspoons and tablespoons we found the closest measuring tool that would approximately fit 6 grams would be 2 heaped teaspoons. As teaspoons exist in many different sizes, this may cause variation from household to household. Two flat teaspoons may be more accurate for you. We hope this helps! Kindest, Team Nutra x
Definitely a rich and creamy flavour! I used almond milk with mine and it was perfect...only think I'd suggest is one teaspoon rather than two. Two teaspoons (as recommended) I found to be too intense and overpowering. Didn't need any sweetener either!