We added Chaga, and subtracted cinnamon for a rich cup of coffee. Finally, a cup of coffee that helps you master stress, rather than just postpone it. Every caramel-y adaptogenic sip will help you keep calm and carry on.
Coffee with the best of nature
Coffee is great for energy—it just often comes with a side of jitters and the dreaded mid-day crash. Ashwagandha is a powerful herb to help you fight occasional stress, and balance out the negative side effects of coffee. You’ll have to find another excuse for mid-day naps.
Mix. Sip. Balance.
- Nut milk, natural sweeteners, and coconut oil are optional additions if you have a sweet tooth. You can even foam the milk if you know how to do that.
- Made with organic, Arabica coffee beans with only half the caffeine as a regular cup of coffee (50 mg of caffeine).
- Brews medium and rich. You’ll completely forget the word “adaptogen” is on the bag while you’re drinking it. You’ll remember when you notice you haven’t crashed around mid-day.
Ashwagandha This is an adaptogen you should get to know. It’s an ancient Ayurvedic herb used for so many benefits and to support so many conditions we can’t fit them all on this page. We love it for its stress and fatigue supporting properties.
An adaptogenic root used in Asia and Russia for hundreds of years. It’s known as the Siberian ginseng and may support stamina, endurance, and overall wellbeing. That’s all we can say legally, but we could go on and on.
Holy Basil One of the best calm-promoting adaptogens out there, tulsi has been used for centuries in Ayurveda, one of the oldest-known systems of medicine. Known to uplift mood, support digestion, and promote balanced energy, Tulsi is known as “holy basil” for good reason.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) supports immune function and has been used for hundreds of years. Us Finns used it as a coffee substitute back in WWII when beans weren’t available. We wildcraft our Chaga, which means we get it directly from birch trees (with sustainable practice).Then we extract its fruiting bodies and spray dry the concentrate. The final product is a mixable, organic powder with no fillers, or carriers.