I was skeptical. . .
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by 5449997842660775821 on Apr 24, 2014
My doctor recommended "mushroom coffee "and told me that it was an "acquired taste." After trying it, it wasn't bad. So far I have used it with soy creamer but want to try with almond milk too. I definitely notice that I don't have the coffee urges that I would have several times a day. She told me that I drink too much coffee so hopefully I can stick with this.
Handy at the office but you won't mistake it for Starbucks
2 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1402070 on Sep 13, 2010
I park this at my office and make a quick cup now and then. Since I've never found an instant coffee that makes a really good cup (including Via) this fills the bill when I don't want to hike to Starbucks. Obviously, if it weren't for the shrooms I wouldn't bother but that gives it enough of an edge.
Posted by Reviewer2173339 on Oct 12, 2010
I am a recent convert to Reishi coffee and now don't drink anything else. However, this blend tastes so strongly of mushroom that I gave it away after unsuccessfully trying to find a dilution that I could swallow. (I drink my coffee black.) I gave it to the friend who had introduced me to Reishi coffee, and he absolutely LOVES this blend.
Good flavor, but unsure of nutritional content
Posted by Reviewer1371701 on Feb 21, 2011
I don't drink a lot of instant coffee, but I like to have some around for those occasions when I don't want to make a full pot. CafeCeps has a good flavor, I think, but it's unclear to me what the nutritional benefits are. The label didn't help me unravel that, either.
Posted by lennise on Oct 06, 2011
taste ok no discernable health benefits yet