Dandelion Coffee (Instant) 100g
- INSTANT COFFEE ALTERNATIVE;
- RICH ROASTED AROMA;
- ADDITIVE FREE;
- JUST STIR INTO HOT WATER, ADD MILK TO TASTE;
How To Use:
Use an average teaspoon in hot water to make a delicious coffee substitute. You can make yours stronger or weaker, however you like it.
Makes a wonderful iced latte - mix with a little hot water, then pour over ice, add your choice of milk, then perhaps sprinkle some cinnamon powder over the top.
The bitter roots, once roasted, change to produce a remarkable coffee substitute, the bitter undertones balance with a rich malted flavour, perhaps the best coffee substitute you can get and minus the caffeine.
Emma likes it because the natural bitter flavour may help to stimulate digestion, and dandelion root may potentially support gut & liver function.
However you feel about it we all have a personal relationship with the dandelion. For many a gardener, this is far from mutually beneficial where the venerable, perennial plant is regarded as a weed and regularly pulled up and discarded.
How many childhood memories are filled with dandelion clocks, and the image of their tiny parachutes flowing on an early summer breeze.
Dandelions may be no friend of the English horticulturist but in the US alone, dandelion leaves constitute $50 million dollar industry, their bitterness is revered as a salad herb in many countries, France and Holland among them if not the UK. But the British have never taken to bitterness in salads or in any food, Nicolas Culpepper pleaded with his readers to embrace the dandelion back in 1653, “You see the virtues this common herb hath… that foreign physicians are not so selfish as ours are, but communicative of plants to people”.
Ingredients: Pure Roasted Dandelion Root
Directions: Add a teaspoon to taste. Stir into hot water or any hot liquid beverage of your choice. Once opened consume within 1 month
Net Weight: 100g