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5.0

No more migraines

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from Flower Mound, TX

Comments about Organo Gold Coffee Gourmet Latte:

It's been 2 weeks since I've had the organice Organo Gold coffee and green tea. I've suffered from migraines for many years. I have to take prescription medication to treat these migraines. I have been drinking either the coffee or green tea every day for 2 weeks now and I have not had one headache. I am very pleased with this product. It also tastes and smells great. I am not a big coffee drinker, but this one is tasty. The green tea is awesome!

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3.0

Organo Gold Latte - Only Ganoderma separates it from instant

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from San Francisco, CA

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        **Organo Gold Gourmet Latte Coffee**

        *Organo Gold Contains the most pure Certified Organic Ganoderma: A Red Mushroom that dates back over 4,000 years. Ancient generations prized this mushroom for its medicinal properties, promoting health and well-being. -Organo Gold homepage at www.organichealthycoffee.com*

        I received my free sample a week after I requested it and I made my first cup of Ganoderma coffee today.  The Gourmet Latte Coffee packet contained one serving of instant mix, though the package didn’t specify how much water to add (only that I needed my favorite mug).

        I opened the packet and the mix was more granular than powdery.  It smelled great: strong, rich coffee aroma.  I was worried about the texture when I saw how grainy the mix looked.  It was a mix of dark and light grains, and some felt like grains of salt to the touch.

        I boiled water (in a teapot, no microwaving for instant mixes for me) and poured.  The mix dissolved really well, and the color and aroma were really appetizing.  It looked and smelled like instant coffee, don’t get me wrong, but really good looking instant coffee.  It was really smooth, it stirred really well, and while there was no confusing it with brewed coffee, it was pretty appealing.

        But no coffee test is complete without a tasting, so taste I did. While it did not have the richness of a packaged instant latte, it was definitely smooth, and creamier than I expected it to be.  It nails the taste of coffee without a trace of other flavors or additives that would make me think there was something natural or herbal in place of caffeine.  It does have the instant-coffee-aftertaste, even when I stirred again, but it is not anything more than I’d expect from an instant.

        The coffee flavor is there and quite rich, so it is an enjoyable cup of coffee if you’re able to drink instant coffee, but you would most likely only drink this if you were looking for the benefits of Ganoderma. (Though, aside from the Ganoderma extract, the ingredients are similar to other instant creamers and coffees, and possibly no more healthy than what may be in your in kitchen right now, save the Ganoderma.) I don’t think one cup is enough to boost my immunity, help my heart or regulate my weight, but I can’t say I feel better or worse for drinking this, nor can I say that this coffee and the Ganoderma in it don’t promote improved health.  I could see how the double bonus of increased Ganoderma and decreased caffeine could possibly beneficial, though I’m not equipped to make a judgment of its actual benefits. I’m a special education teacher, not a scientist, nutritionist, gastronomist or pharmacist.

        Try the sample yourself or visit the website for products like this beverage, soaps and other nutraceuticals.

        Sentmyway.wordpress.com is a non-profit blog posting free samples and product reviews.  I received this product sample through an advertisement to the general public. I am not affiliated with Organogold, nor did I receive any compensation for this review. The opinions expressed above are mine and not influenced by the company or any individuals.

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