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This product has been developed for our personal use and has become one of the most sought after products on our shelves. 

This alternative to coffee is made from a roasted dandelion and cocoa, in such a proportion that the cocoa is vaguely distinguishable in the flavor of the beverage, but provides an aroma that inspires one to think of a chocolate coffee. Sometimes a certain hint of dandelion can be detected in the aroma. Once dissolved in the beverage, this combination of cocoa and dandelion becomes very similar in texture, consistency, and bitter taste to coffee.


DANDECOFFEE is a perfect variant to sprinkle on cakes, creams and ice creams. It can be added in smoothies and milkshakes giving them a light touch of bitter flavor.


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PREPARATION:
You can prepare your beverage in the same way you prepare 
-AMERICAN coffee 
-Italian coffee maker,
-Use a Coffee Maker Machine with paper Filter, 
-Loose Tea filters


Add a teaspoon of DandeCoffee to a breakfast size cup. Add boiling water or milk and let it cool for a couple of minutes. 
You can filter it and that's it.
Another way to consume it is to let it settle, since it is basically chocolate and dandelion, its flavor and texture is very pleasant to eat even dry, and before being ground into powder. 
It can be sprinkled ground or granulated on desserts, fruits, and smoothies.

The alternative to coffee prepared with dandelion root is very popular in some European cultures as they culturally make use of bitter flavors traditionally for their popular benefits to the hepatic system. 
The Dutch culture has a saying that always applies to bitter flavors. 
It says: "Sweet mouth, bitter heart. Bitter mouth, sweet heart."

In this way they synthesize many benefits of integrating bitter flavors to improve health.!

 

*The statements from this article have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information provided is for educational purposes only, and does not intend to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. For any health concern, remember to consult your primary care provider. 

 

 

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