There was a soy/coffee blend (50% of each) I tried a few years ago - can't recall who made or imported it. It wasn't awful, but was pre-ground and had a distinct taste that impacted traditional coffee enjoyment. It also required more volume per serving than regular coffee.
Then I discovered home-roasting and green coffee - apparently more antioxidants than green tea. Absolutely delicious (and you can only blame yourself if you over-roast).
My father (yup, I actually have one of those...) - pitched Ganno coffee for a while - should have called it Guano coffee - comes from dried mushrooms - contains no caffeine and I imagine that it is like drinking a darker version of Postum.
My father was also the Vancouver Island senior rep for AMWAY - which is a soap and lotion version of Scientology - he sunk everything into this venture including his soul...
Am I ranting?
Sorry - lost my favorite mom-in-law a week ago and still grieving.
Off for a much needed vacation and respite in Hawaii - will be checking in there - starting next Wednesday.
Hoping to go live in Kona and start feeding stuff into the website - I have, quite seriously, not posted a spec of content to the site in months - it has been challenging... but now it is time to shake it off, step up and get back into the game.
It will be Kona coffee fest all this week and part of next week so there will be lots of stuff to attend.
Best wishes to all,
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