Mushroom Latte: coffee with a soothing effect

A new coffee drink from East London Juice Company has a unique taste. It is prepared on the basis of selected coffee beans, but, in addition, contains a number of adaptogens, or, to make it clear for everyone, mushrooms. Milk, that is used, is not usual: instead of cow milk, you will have milk from Spanish organic almonds, cooked at home. Those who wish to sweeten the drink are offered a choice of coconut sugar, maple syrup, yacon and stevia. And the creators of this mushroom miracle advise to add the oil of the Peruvian maca, which, as they say, has refreshing power.

Mushroom coffee warms up not worse than usual coffee, and with its earthy flavor, the words of Charisse Baker, founder of the East London Juice Company may help to put up: "Having drunk it, you will feel that you are able to cope with everything that life in a large city has prepared you ​​". Chariss herself first tried this drink in the Canadian wilderness: shaman treated her. It is believed that mushrooms improve brain function and help maintain concentration, so that they are a kind of analogue of coffee beans. Well, we already have a golden latte, as well as coffee with spirulina, and now you can add to this list a drink straight from the forest.

In Curators Coffee you can order espresso with mushrooms. Catherine Seay, the hostess of the establishment, says: "You will not drink it every day, but this drink will definitely awaken your taste buds and make you feel the familiar taste of coffee in a new way." By the way, mushroom coffee gives an excellent opportunity to increase the consumption of useful substances of organic origin and get rid of irritability caused by caffeine. The Four Sigmatic website sells the necessary mushrooms in a form prepared for the drink and assures that they will get rid of anxiety and hyperactivity.

Curators Coffee Gallery is located at: 51 Margaret Street, London W1W 8SG East London. Juice Company is located at: 100 Shoreditch High St, London E16 JQ.

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