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.
The bitter roots contain latex, but once roasted sugar like chemicals 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 which is addictive and destructive to a stressful lifestyle.
An average teaspoon will make a decent coffee substitute but you can take your stronger or weaker, however you like it.
- Instant coffee alternative
- Rich roasted aroma
- Additive free
- Just stir into hot water, add milk or sugar to taste
- Mixes with any other Aquasol powder
Ingredients: 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
Approximately: 50 servings per jar
- Food and Drink
- Organic Ingredients
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