I think I speak for many of us when I say that a morning without coffee can easily lead to divorce, the end of careers, and yelling at kittens. Truly, a lot of coffee drinkers aren’t fully human until they’ve had their second cup.
This having been said, caffeine from various sources does have its limitations, too: if you don’t eat a healthy diet, your mental acuity isn’t going to be all it should. We all know this, but it turns out that eating more vegetables is very hard for most people to do. If you’re already struggling to keep it together while working 60 hours a week, spending more time shopping and cooking is not always a priority.
As it happens, though, drinking coffee in moderation actually has a number of health benefits, including anti-oxidant properties. It was only a matter of time before somebody thought of enhancing this effect by blending the magical bean with medicinal spices and other nutrients. In other words, you can now feed your brain more of what it needs just by sticking to your morning routine.
Seriously, your health and productivity depend on good nutrition; anything that makes this easier to achieve is to be applauded. What we don’t appreciate about this coffee, though, is that it’s designed to work with Keurig-type machines. Loose grounds for use in a percolator or French press would probably be a lot cheaper even with added vitamins, not to mention it uses less packaging that needs to be disposed. The pods are nominally recyclable, though, so if buying your coffee in single servings doesn’t bother you, you can count on this product to give you consistent, very tasty arabica flavor every time.