What is Broccoli Coffee? (And Why Would Anyone Actually Drink It?)

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Kicking off in Australia, as an initiative to re-purpose ugly crops, and to boost the vegetable intake of Australians, broccoli coffee is gathering intrigue across the globe. Quite literally, a powdered form of pure broccoli is being used in lattes. Think of it a close cousin to the turmeric or matcha lattes! Powdered veggies add a helpful boost to a morning cup of Joe!

Where do we start? Broccoli is a super food! Full of antioxidants, fiber and vitamins, the cruciferous veggies can ward off all kinds of illnesses, while keeping the digestive system happy and the body just feeling really great. So we are kind of on board with this whole idea of adding it into coffee!

Unless heading to Melbourne, it might be hard to find one of these green brews. So for now make it at home! Just like any good coffee beverage, there are many ways to go about it. But purchasing broccoli powder, organic preferably, is where to start. Try simply scooping it into your coffee and adding frothed milk. Not for you? Try the powder in a smoothie.

Broccoli coffee is yet another example of the helpful innovation happening in society. Being able to add a serving of veggies to a beverage is just totally awesome and convenient. What’s next? Cauliflower coffee? Because cauliflower is literally an everything else.

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Review Highlights

I absolutely love love love the Koyah products! I travel a lot for work and have to drink my daily anti-inflammatory smoothie, and now I don’t have to travel with a blender. The broccoli powder dissolves beautifully and tastes great. I sometimes eat it with a spoon cause I’m a weirdo and I love broccoli.

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I do really like this broccoli powder. Unlike most broccoli pwdrs/extracts, it is bright green, and has a good effect on the stomach. It mixes well and easily. It does taste very salty, although I am not sure if that is the result of sodium itself, or if that is a result of other compounds/minerals naturally present in the broccoli.

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