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Alternatives to Coffee: The Many Options

[ADSENSE_0000000096] There are many alternatives to coffee to be found. Many people like to have a designated morning drink or an energy boost but may not want the caffeine or theobromine associated with regular coffee. Most health food stores carry various alternatives to coffee. Among the most popular alternatives to coffee in health food stores are barley-based powder, carob (which is a chocolate substitute), dandelion root and chicory-based powders. Additionally, soy-based alternatives to coffee have been developed that are widely accepted as the alternatives to coffee that most closely resemble coffee.

For those who dont mind caffeine and other byproducts of coffee, but just simply dont like the taste, there are other alternatives to coffee to be found. Of course, the most popular alternative to coffee is tea. There are as many types of tea to choose from as coffees, if not more. Tea can be found in caffeinated or decaffeinated varieties. Additionally, teas have a wider variety of flavors available to consumers, either through the natural breed of the tealeaf, or through production additives.

Energy drinks as alternatives to coffee have become very popular recently. These energy drinks are often carbonated, cold beverages that contain caffeine and other stimulants to give the drinker a boost of energy in the morning as an alternative to coffee. Because the large soda companies generally manufacture these energy drinks, large advertising campaigns have been devoted to them and have been especially geared towards a younger consumer, who may be looking for alternatives to coffee.

To look for alternatives to coffee, please refer to our Gourmet Coffee Beans page.


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