A Super Brew for a Super YOU!
Upgrade your daily coffee ritual with Super Brew.
Break up with coffee – without heartbreak! Super Brew is what happens when superfoods and rich coffee aroma meet. Made with Ayurvedic herbs and functional mushrooms, the mix is designed to give you long-lasting energy.
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What is Lupin Coffee?
Lupin coffee is made from the small seeds in the pods of the lupin plant. Just like regular coffee, the seeds are first dried, then roasted and ground, and finally brewed with hot water.
This form of substitute coffee is not a new invention. On the contrary: long before the first cup of coffee was drunk, Babylonians and Egyptians used roasted plant parts to make drinks. In addition to cereals, acorns, chestnuts, dandelion roots, fruit seeds, tiger nuts, and potatoes, lupine seeds were also used.
Only 6 natural ingredients –– and just enough caffeine (23 mg) to spark your focus. That’s it. Nothing artificial ever.
Dandelion Root from Bulgaria
- Dandelion is good for digestion. Dandelion contains rarely found bitter compounds called triterpenes, sterols, flavonoids and coumarins. These compounds can stimulate the digestive system and therefore also can help to improve appetite. Taking the root is also said to help with digestive complaints such as flatulence and heartburn.
- Can support the metabolism. The bitter substances contained in the root stimulate the bile in the liver and thus also improve fat metabolism. The increased bile flow supports the elimination of toxins from the liver and the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
- Is rich in nutrients. The dandelion root in particular contains very powerful health-promoting compounds such as:
Carotenoids – these antioxidants are what produce the vibrant colors of plants and can be converted in the body into Vitamin A, which is important for eye and heart health.
Inulin – this prebiotic fiber can feed the beneficial bacteria living in your gut to support smoother digestion, reduce cravings, and boost energy.
Vitamins C, E, and B – these vitamins are absolutely essential for immune support, cell health, hormone production, and much more.
Zinc and copper – these trace elements, which are lacking from most people’s diets, are critical for supporting a strong immune system.
- Has an antioxidant effect. The antioxidants contained in dandelion, such as vitamin C, protect the body’s cells from free radicals caused by negative environmental influences. Healthy cells are essential for the optimal functioning of various body systems, including the immune system.
- Has a natural strengthening effect. The dandelion root is considered a true tonic and is used in folk medicine in states of weakness to get the body going again. No wonder, because dandelion root strengthens the kidneys, liver, pancreas, spleen, intestines and stomach and also helps the body to eliminate toxins thanks to its antioxidant power
Lupin from Germany
- High -quality protein. Lupine seeds contain up to 35% protein! By comparison, soy contains up to 39% protein – so the local grown lupins are in no way inferior to imported soy. Another advantage: lupine protein contains all eight essential amino acids which makes it a complete source of protein.
- Rich in antioxidants. Besides proteins, the small power seeds also contain many vitamins. They owe their yellow colour to carotenes. In the body, these secondary plant compounds are converted into vitamin A, which is good for the eyes. Lupin also contains vitamin E which protect the body’s cells from free radicals and negative environmental factors. In addition, lupine seeds also contain some vitamins of the B-complex, including thiamine (vitamin B1) and folic acid (vitamin B9). These are particularly important for a functioning metabolism and the nervous system.
- Easy digestible dietary fibres. If you want to do something good for your gut, feed your gut bacteria with lupins! The seeds have a high fibre content of about 15% which makes this legume a powerful prebiotic superfood. The dietary fibre feeds the healthy bacteria and ensures a balanced gut flora. Plus: Unlike other sources of dietary fibre, lupine seeds are particularly easy to digest!
- Lowers cholesterol levels. The soluble dietary fibres in sweet lupins have another important property: they can help lower cholesterol levels by binding bile acid and thus helping to eliminate it from the body. This in turn stimulates the body to produce new bile acid, for which it needs cholesterol, among other things.
- Environmentally friendly coffee alternative. Unlike coffee or soy beans, lupins grow locally and are beneficial to agriculture! They grow even in poor soil and weather conditions. With its deep roots, the lupine plant can draw nutrients and water even from greater depths so it doesn’t need to be fertilized regularly. In addition, the lupine improves soil fertility because it binds nitrogen from the soil. And as an added bonus: there are no genetically modified varieties of lupins, as is the case with soy, so it can safely be consumed.
Chaga Mushrooms from Russia and China
Chaga mushrooms may look like burnt charcoal on the outside, but on the inside? That’s where the real magic is! Chaga polysaccharide has “strong antioxidant activity for scavenging free radicals. This means Chaga is a powerful fighter against health-damaging cells, chemicals, and pollutants. And because Chaga mushrooms promote the formation of cytokines (the immune system’s chemical messengers) they also help boost your immune system – making it easier for you to fight off infections, bacteria, and viruses.
Coconut Milk from the Philippines and Sri Lanka
Coconut milk’s rich consistency is what gives Super Brew its smooth and creamy texture. It also contains healthy fats. Many coconut milks contain extra fillers and gums, even when they’re not cited on the ingredient list. Our coconut milk is blended with coconut water to create creaminess without the junk.
Black Tea from India
Black tea contains a group of polyphenols that have antioxidant properties. Consuming antioxidants may help decrease the risk of chronic disease and improve your overall health. Contains flavonoids, which are beneficial for heart health. Studies have found that regularly drinking black tea may help reduce the risk of heart disease. The gut houses trillions of bacteria and the majority of your immune system. Polyphenols and antimicrobial properties found in black tea may help improve gut health and immunity. Black tea can help improve focus due to its content of caffeine and an amino acid called L-theanine. This amino acid increases alpha activity in the brain, which can help improve focus and alertness.
Sea Salt from France
Sea salt helps bring all of the ingredients in this delicious instant coffee alternative together.
When should I use Super Brew?
Enjoy Super Brew whenever you need a pick-me-up or simply crave a delicious warm coffee-like drink!
This recipe for creamy superfood coffee is what happens when superfoods, roast aroma and skin foods unite. Plus: Instead of drying out your skin like regular coffee, this delicious alternative hydrates it!
- 2 tsp Super Brew Mix
- 2 tsp Plant Collagen Mix
- 250ml oatmilk
- Maple syrup (optional)
In a small pot, heat the milk and maple syrup (if using). Use a frother to make the milk extra foamy. Turn off the heat and whisk in the Super Brew Mix and Plant Collagen Mix. Pour into a mug, and enjoy!
Super Tip: For an iced latte, simply pour over ice and enjoy!