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Teeccino Herbal Coffee Variety Pack – Hazelnut, Mocha and Java – Ground Herbal Coffee That’s Prebiotic, Caffeine-Free & Acid Free, Dark Roast, 11 Ounce (Pack of 3)

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#1 BRAND OF COFFEE ALTERNATIVES: Experience the rich taste of coffee with the health benefits of herbs. Enjoy three of our best-selling coffee substitutes featuring roasted chicory, carob & barley. Discover over 30 flavors created by Caroline MacDougall, renowned herbal tea designer; ENERGY BOOST…

3 reviews for "Teeccino Herbal Coffee Variety Pack – Hazelnut, Mocha and Java – Ground Herbal Coffee That’s Prebiotic, Caffeine-Free & Acid Free, Dark Roast, 11 Ounce (Pack of 3)"

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    UPDATE: They sometimes have sales on the Teeccino website. Halloween20 code gets a nice discount on Teeccino website until Halloween, which is great for trying some of the gourmet flavors not available here.===(Posted for my wife, I don’t actually drink coffee)TLDR:Teeccino is not exactly coffee, but those who take cream and sugar will probably love it.Black coffee drinkers may not like Teeccino at first sip, but it grows on you. Don’t give up on the first sip.There are many other flavors to try (sample packs and gourmet flavors are on Teeccino website).Teeccino IS expensive. Live with it until you find your favorite, then look for coupons (under 9 dollars a pound this week was a deal).====I didn’t follow the directions and gradually ween into Teeccino. That may work well for some people, I didn’t do it. Everything below is about uncut Teeccino (when brewed at least).I drink my coffee black. I didn’t always do that, and I get a caramel mocha latte at a chain barista once in a great while, but mostly I drink it black. So I don’t hate sweet/light coffee, its just not normal mode. If you are also a black coffee drinker, you may not like your first sip of Teeccino. I did not. I found many of the flavors (not all) have a light but cloying sweetness that a black coffee drinker is not accustomed to. I didn’t notice it so much in the Chololate flavor, and I have many more flavors yet to try, but often it is present. Well, since I now had three full bags of the various Teeccino, and my stomach really wanted me to lose the coffee, I gave it a chance and didn’t quit on the first sip – it was time to experiment. That being said, if you have been a black coffee drinker I think you should try the first sip of every flavor you sample by drinking it black/uncut, then decide what to do from there. I started with Teeccino hazelnut/mocha/java variety pack, but there are flavors I like better (especially the gourmet flavors) and some are stronger or not so sweet as the above flavors.What I did recognize after my first sip was that, other than the sweet note, the flavor itself might have some potential (kind of like Kool-aid when you forgot the sugar if anyone remembers that). So I cut it with about 1/3 with Chocolate FairLife to 2/3 Teeccino, and a couple drops of Stevia and liked it fine.Then I found my way to the Teeccino website and bought a sampler pack. I try each one black. Some flavors I liked enough (or was lazy enough) to skip the milk and sweetener that day. Today I am trying Vanilla Nut for the first time – and I left it black. It still has that weird sweetness, it just doesn’t bother me as much as it used to.If you are able to mix your coffee with creamer at all, you will probably have good luck switching to Teeccino and will give it 4-5 stars/an ‘A’. If you are a hard core black coffee drinker, you may start out by giving it 1-2 stars/ a ‘C-‘, but if you stick with it and try some other flavors it can grow on you.Happy Coffee Day!

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    UPDATE: They sometimes have sales on the Teeccino website. Halloween20 code gets a nice discount on Teeccino website until Halloween, which is great for trying some of the gourmet flavors not available here.===(Posted for my wife, I don’t actually drink coffee)TLDR:Teeccino is not exactly coffee, but those who take cream and sugar will probably love it.Black coffee drinkers may not like Teeccino at first sip, but it grows on you. Don’t give up on the first sip.There are many other flavors to try (sample packs and gourmet flavors are on Teeccino website).Teeccino IS expensive. Live with it until you find your favorite, then look for coupons (under 9 dollars a pound this week was a deal).====I didn’t follow the directions and gradually ween into Teeccino. That may work well for some people, I didn’t do it. Everything below is about uncut Teeccino (when brewed at least).I drink my coffee black. I didn’t always do that, and I get a caramel mocha latte at a chain barista once in a great while, but mostly I drink it black. So I don’t hate sweet/light coffee, its just not normal mode. If you are also a black coffee drinker, you may not like your first sip of Teeccino. I did not. I found many of the flavors (not all) have a light but cloying sweetness that a black coffee drinker is not accustomed to. I didn’t notice it so much in the Chololate flavor, and I have many more flavors yet to try, but often it is present. Well, since I now had three full bags of the various Teeccino, and my stomach really wanted me to lose the coffee, I gave it a chance and didn’t quit on the first sip – it was time to experiment. That being said, if you have been a black coffee drinker I think you should try the first sip of every flavor you sample by drinking it black/uncut, then decide what to do from there. I started with Teeccino hazelnut/mocha/java variety pack, but there are flavors I like better (especially the gourmet flavors) and some are stronger or not so sweet as the above flavors.What I did recognize after my first sip was that, other than the sweet note, the flavor itself might have some potential (kind of like Kool-aid when you forgot the sugar if anyone remembers that). So I cut it with about 1/3 with Chocolate FairLife to 2/3 Teeccino, and a couple drops of Stevia and liked it fine.Then I found my way to the Teeccino website and bought a sampler pack. I try each one black. Some flavors I liked enough (or was lazy enough) to skip the milk and sweetener that day. Today I am trying Vanilla Nut for the first time – and I left it black. It still has that weird sweetness, it just doesn’t bother me as much as it used to.If you are able to mix your coffee with creamer at all, you will probably have good luck switching to Teeccino and will give it 4-5 stars/an ‘A’. If you are a hard core black coffee drinker, you may start out by giving it 1-2 stars/ a ‘C-‘, but if you stick with it and try some other flavors it can grow on you.Happy Coffee Day!

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    We recently had to quit coffee cold turkey due to Dr.’s orders. We found Java Teeccino at the local Whole Foods and were hooked after one cup and we decided to try every flavor which led us to order from Amazon. I am surprised by some of the negative reviews here, but let me say that not every flavor is my favorite and I think that people who go into their first cup with an open mind will enjoy it, especially if you already enjoy a variety of hot beverages such as flavored coffee, tea, herbal teas, and hot cocoa. We found our favorite flavors are Java, Vanilla Nut, and Almond Amaretto. The best aroma is Chocolate, however it has a VERY spicy aftertaste which is the only reason it is not my favorite flavor also. The Dandelion flavors are barley free and gluten free, and they are sweeter than the other flavors. Teeccino also sells exclusive flavors on their website called boutique flavors that are all very tasty. If you like flavored coffees, then you will probably enjoy several if not all of the flavors. If you like plain black coffee only, I would try Java, Orange (formerly called Original, does not taste like orange FYI), French Roast, and Dandelion Dark Roast. You can also mix a ratio of Teeccino and coffee to gradually switch over. My 12 year old loves this stuff too.

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