Recently, I bought herbal coffee from Mother’s Market. I read the package, and the Teeccino brand sounded interesting. It doesn’t have any caffeine or acid, and it is also considered to be better than decaffeinate coffee. I chose the Mocha flavor, which is 75% organic, and it includes organic herbs. It is a medium roast, grinded for different brewing methods.
The lack of acid helps restore alkaline balance, and it also gives a natural energy boost from nutrients, such as potassium, which is good for the heart. It is also hydrating.
It has inulin, which is a prebiotic soluble fiber, good for feeding one’s gut with flora in order to improve digestion and elimination, as well as helps one’s immune system.
It is also considered to be nutritious for kids.
I also notice it contains 20mg of sodium, 65 mg of potassium, 4 g of carbohydrates, 1 g of dietary fiber, 1g of sugar, and 650 g of inulin. Other natural ingredients include organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, dates, almonds, natural mocha flavor, organic figs, and cocoa powder.
Moreover, it is involved in fair trade with farmers in India and rainforest villages in Central America, as well as grown in Europe and USA.
As I further read the package, I notice tips on brewing methods via drip coffee maker, filter cone, French Press, Espresso Machine, and a recipe to make Iced Teeccino. It also provides tips to encourage people to go caffeine-free.
Yesterday, I made coffee via my small Moka, and I noticed the flavor is very sweet, smooth, and tasty.
Today, I decided to add milk foam. I used regular cow milk, which makes it a vegetarian drink. I also topped it with some cinnamon. It tasted really good, without the buzz. It was relaxing and meditative. (I will probably still drink regular coffee, but in espresso form. I will also try vegan milk in the future but I don’t have any right now).