Why choose mushroom coffee?

Mushroom coffee offers several potential benefits that set it apart from traditional coffee. Here are some reasons why you might consider incorporating mushroom coffee into your routine:

Reduced Acidity
Mushroom coffee tends to have lower acidity compared to traditional coffee. This can benefit individuals with sensitive stomachs or acid reflux, as it may cause less irritation and discomfort. Our patented post-roasting process for adding mushrooms shows that the acidity is as low as pH 6,5 (compared to normal coffee with pH 3-5)

Enhanced Health Benefits
Mushrooms, such as chaga, reishi, lion's mane, tremella, and shiitake, are rich in various bioactive compounds that offer potential health benefits. See below.

Balanced Energy
Mushroom coffee often contains less caffeine than traditional coffee, which can lead to a more balanced and sustained energy boost without the jitters or crashes commonly associated with high caffeine consumption. Additionally, these adaptogenic mushrooms have properties that may help the body adapt to stress and support overall energy levels.

Unique Flavor Profile
Depending on the type of mushrooms used and the brewing method, mushroom coffee can have a unique and complex flavor profile. Earthy, nutty, and even slightly sweet notes from mushrooms can complement coffee's rich, bold flavor, resulting in a distinctive and enjoyable taste experience.

Many mushroom coffee brands prioritize sustainability by using organic, ethically sourced ingredients and employing environmentally friendly practices in their production processes. Choosing mushroom coffee from responsible producers can support sustainable agriculture and minimize one's environmental footprint.

Diverse Options
Mushroom coffee comes in various blends and formulations, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your taste preferences and health goals. Whether you prefer a dark roast with shiitake mushrooms or a light roast with lion's mane and chaga, there's likely a mushroom coffee blend that aligns with your preferences.

Mushroom coffee offers a convenient way to incorporate the potential health benefits of mushrooms into your daily routine without the need for additional supplements or preparations. It can be brewed just like regular coffee using your preferred brewing method, making it easy to enjoy at home or on the go.
Overall, mushroom coffee provides a unique and potentially beneficial alternative to traditional coffee, offering a combination of rich flavor, potential health benefits, and sustainability considerations. If you're looking to explore new coffee experiences while supporting your well-being, mushroom coffee may be worth considering.

Which functional mushroom to choose?

Lion’s Mane - Brain fuel for working, studying, and concentration.
Potential neurodegenerative properties to support brain health and cognition as lion’s mane contains compounds that may support nerve growth and repair.

Reishi - Overall daily wellbeing in a cup of tasty coffee, offering a balanced energy boost. 
Reishi’s effects on the hormonal system are legendary. It is gentle yet powerful, working to balance the body’s many glands and organs steadily over time, which makes it ideal for daily use. Reishi also strengthens the liver, which aids in detoxifying harmful toxins and heavy metals from the body. It can be helpful with many allergies, including sensitivities to foods or environmental pollens and pollutants. In Japan, Reishi is officially used to complement cancer treatments.

Tremella & Maitake – Beauty Superfood for boosting skin hydration and fighting aging.
With its 18+ amino acids, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties, this amazing mushroom can help accelerate wound healing, aid in collagen production for plumper skin, and boost overall skin health.

Shiitake – Potential cholesterol-lowering effects due to bioactive compounds, heart health and immune support
Compounds found in shiitake mushrooms, such as eritadenine, may help lower cholesterol levels and improve cardiovascular health. Shiitake is rich in antioxidants, including vitamins like vitamin C and selenium, and a good source of vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins (such as B2, B5, and B6), copper, manganese, and zinc.

Chaga - A daily toast to immunity and a balanced energy boost.
Chaga's immune-supporting power outshines several known superfoods with its high levels of antioxidants, as commonly expressed in food ORAC values. Chaga was also featured in Alexandr Solzhenitsyn’s 1967 novel Cancer Ward (from Wikipedia). In Finland, chaga was used, among other things, as a substitute for coffee during World War II.
Evolutionarily speaking, fungi are more closely related to humans than plants. This may be why many of the components that help mushrooms defend themselves against their enemies also support your body’s defense mechanisms and are increasingly seen as a legitimate means to enhance your health and well-being.