THE DEFENDER INFUSED ARABIAN COFFEE
THE DEFENDER INFUSED ARABIAN COFFEE
THE DEFENDER INFUSED ARABIAN COFFEE
THE DEFENDER INFUSED ARABIAN COFFEE

THE DEFENDER INFUSED ARABIAN COFFEE

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Description
An aromatic infused coffee blend to defend and strengthen the immune system.
Supercharged with powerful antioxidants, protects your body from oxidative stress caused by free radicals and helps with cognitive decline.
Potent, proactive blend – contains Arabica and Robusta beans. Guatemalan cardamom, Indian clove, ajwain (carom seeds), nutmeg, and cinnamon which is loaded with protective compounds (all 41 of them) and has one of the highest antioxidant activity of any super spice.
For optimum taste, aroma and health benefits: 1 full teaspoon in a coffee cup, pour boiling water over it and mix. For a silkier experience without the residue or floating herbs, pour over a strainer. You can also use a Moka pot or French press. Please see our recipes tab for coffee drink ideas.
Flavor Profile | Complex
Complex
Bold
Chocolate

Blended in The Galilee region adjacent to Nazerath, Galilean coffee boasts a long history of coffee culture and is known for its rich, thick consistency, potency and sharp flavor. Our alchemy of ancient spices and seeds adds potent healing powers to this blend inspired by Ayurveda, which is considered the mother of all health and holistic care and dates back thousands of years. “Ayur” meaning life and “veda” meaning science in Sanskrit literally translates to “the science of life.

Complex, perfumed aroma. Bold, woody, hints of chocolate with a sweet lasting tone.

We are here to share with you how ancient forms of healing may be essential for our future. More than ever before it is vital for us to support our immune system. Our SILK SPICE blends have been doing just that for centuries.

The everyday spices you find in your kitchen cabinet were once luxury items that were enjoyed by the wealthy and elite. Cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, pepper, turmeric-all of these were in such high demand that a trade route was formed. The journey ancient sea traders undertook between civilizations in Asia, northeast Africa, and Europe was known as the “Spice Route.”


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