How To Make The ULTIMATE Mushroom Hot Chocolate (VIDEO)

by Mason Taylor April 12, 2018 1 min read

 

Join Mason as he takes you through a fun DIY of how to make the most epic hot chocolate using your favourite medicinal mushrooms and tonic herbs. 

If you're vibing adaptogens right now or looking for a way to bring them deliciously into you life, then look no further.

Mason breaks down the layers and elements of making a hot chocolate elixir so that you can choose your ideal way to DIY your own.

Mason Taylor
Mason Taylor

Mason’s energy and intent for a long and happy life is infectious. A health educator at heart, he continues to pioneer the way for potent health and a robust personal practice. An avid sharer, connector, inspirer and philosophiser, Mason wakes up with a smile on his face, knowing that tonic herbs are changing lives. Mason is also the SuperFeast founder, daddy to Aiya and partner to Tahnee (General Manager at SuperFeast).



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