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Maca Chocolaté Chicory Herbal Coffee

Rated 4.19 out of 5 based on Array customer ratings
(99 customer reviews)

30g Trial Size Packet

Makes 3 X 10 oz Cups

Dark Roast - Organic Coffee Alternative


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Energizing maca root enhances velvety chocolate layered over a lush, dense body from roasted ramón seeds and chicory roots with a hint of heat from chiles


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Drip Coffee Maker: Use 1 rounded Tbsp per 2 cups of water.

• Filter Cone: Use 1 rounded Tbsp per 10 oz water.

• French Press: Add 1-2 Tbsp to ‘3-cup’, 3-4 Tbsp to ‘8-cup’ pots. Steep for 3 minutes.

• Espresso Machine: Use the double porta-filter and 102 rounded Tbsp. Brew according to machine instructions.

 Iced Teeccino: Chill brewed Teeccino. Or make a strong brew using 2 Tbsp per 2 cups water and pour the hot brew over ice.

• Adjust brewing strength and drink black or add creamer, milk, non-dairy milk and/or sweetener according to personal preference.


Ingredients: Roasted organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, organic maca root, organic ramón seeds, natural chocolate flavor, organic cocoa, organic chile flakes.

May contain trace amounts of almonds.

When Montezuma was drinking his “Nectar of the Gods”, a brew that combined cocoa beans with vanilla, honey, and chiles, he knew what he was doing. Just a bit of heat generated from those chiles will wake up your system with a gentle prod of warmth for your digestion and circulation.

Further south in the Andes, his Incan neighbors were imbibing maca, a superfood tuber that empowered their warriors with the strength of the Gods. Meanwhile, the Maya were roasting their ramón seeds and drinking this coffee-like beverage before the Spaniards ever brought the coffee tree to the Americas.

Maca Chocolaté is an inspired beverage of the New World that combines traditional superfoods from the Incas, the Maya, and the Aztecs. Maca, ramón, cocoa and chilies will provide just the right amount of stimulation for a fully energized day.

Though we can’t guarantee that it will bestow longevity on you like it was reputed to do for the royal Aztec lineage, we can tell you that Montezuma and his Mayan and Incan neighbors knew how to create a potent brew that is worthy of the Gods. Roasted coffee and chocolate notes from ramón seeds blended with maca, cacao, vanilla and chile ~ now this is truly an exalted beverage from the New World brought to you courtesy of Teeccino!


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99 reviews for Maca Chocolaté Chicory Herbal Coffee

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anna Mari

    Best “coffee” ever!!

    Love this flavor! Love Teecino! Love not being a caffeine addict! Love you for creating this!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Galley Cat

    Nice not-sweet balance of real cocoa

    This is a very nice not-sweet drink; you could make it yourself by adding some cocoa to the grounds, but why bother when you have this? It is not bitter and I liked the balance. If you want a sweet-ish mellowness I would recommend Mocha instead.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Rich and kind of spicy

    When reading the reviews I was concerned about this flavor being spicy, but I still decided to buy a sample and see for myself. Since I drink my coffee with hot milk, the spicy flavor is kind of hidden. I love its chocolate flavor and I even enjoyed the hot tone to it. Great product!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    I could give up coffee

    I really loved my trial packet of Maya Chocolate Teeccino! It was dark and flavorful and not acidic or bitter. I do enjoy my coffee every day, but I could give it up for Teeccino. In fact, if my grocery store carries it, I will!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Better than Most Coffee

    Tastes great and sooths with Cocolate, no less!

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    man chi chor


    taste good, best smell, smooth.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5


  8. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’m trying alternatives to coffee and this is a good one. Surprisingly delicious.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5


  10. Rated 3 out of 5

    Genevra C.

    Only rating this a 3 because I am unable to try, since I have gluten allergies.