Teeccino Organic Almond Amaretto Herbal Coffee Alternative
When we think of cloistered Italian monks during the Middle Ages, images of artfully lettered books and scrolls with hand painted borders, a cappella choirs, and carefully tended vineyards comes to mind. Lesser known may be the herbal recipes that were tightly guarded secrets handed down from herb master to apprentice.
Amaretto is one of these delicious and healthful herbal elixirs whose fame has survived the centuries; So Italian in its delicious combination of fruit, herb and nut flavors that tantalize and seduce your palate! Teeccino's Almond Amaretto takes you back to a quieter time when we dearly valued exotic herbs, fruits and spices from far off places we couldn't dreamed of visiting. Allow a cup of Almond Amaretto to sweetly transport you there!
- Antioxidants from carob, dates, figs, barley and almonds
- Naturally caffeine free – no processing or chemical residues
- Non-acidic – helps restore alkaline balance
- Natural energy boost – from nutrients, not stimulants
- Contains heart-healthy potassium
- 1g of soluble fiber per serving
- Prebiotic - inulin from chicory root supports beneficial microflora that improve digestion, regularity and intestinal health
- Brewed Teeccino is gluten free as verified by independent laboratory tests
Ingredients: Roasted organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, dates, almonds, natural amaretto flavor, organic dates, figs.
Caroline's rainforest work from the early 1990's in Central America, helping indigenous communities develop markets for their exportable products such as honey, vanilla and herb teas, has come full circle with the launch of the Teeccino Organic Maya line. Featuring ramon nuts, a nutrient-rich food of the Maya civilization that is wild harvested in the Maya Biosphere Reserve in Guatemala, the Organic Maya flavors have created trade for a novel ingredient that helps preserve the rainforest.
1% of the sales of the Teeccino Organic Maya flavors are being donated to non-profit groups working with rural communities in the Maya Biosphere Reserve to develop sustainable rainforest crops and educate women about how to improve their family's nutrition and health.