Mushroom Coffee May Be The Next Superfood Fad

Mushroom Coffee May Be The Next Superfood Fad
Experiential Marketing

Four Stimagtic's powder coffee made with mushrooms claims to help boost anti-oxidants and nutrients

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 7 february 2017

Coffee trends come and go, but the basic ingredient is the same. However superfood brand Four Stimagtic is looking to start a new coffee fad by making the caffeinated beverage out of mushrooms.

The company carefully extract powders from the mushroom by isolating and spray drying different mushrooms’ key constituents. From there, all you need is hot water to brew it and it’s ready to drink. The idea is that this will help people attain the benefits of eating mushrooms faster, and more easily incorporate it into their daily routine. While mushrooms do have some benefits, including being rich in antioxidants and Vitamin D, there’s no definitive proof that drinking mushroom coffee will significantly improve your health. For those who don’t drink coffee, there is also a hot chocolate mushroom powder available.

Watch the video below to see how this unique coffee is brewed:

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