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Are you looking for a naturally caffeine free coffee alternative that you can drink all day, everyday ? Look no further than Nilcaf, a rich roasted blend of carob, dates , roasted chicory and natural flavours. There's no coffee, no tea - just three decadently delicious velvety-smooth flavours. Original, Caramel and Vanilla,

Available in boxes of 20 bags or 10 biodegradable capsules that are compatible with Nespresso machines.

It's your go to brew for a better you.

All our coffee is small batch roasted at our purpose built premises on the Sunshine Coast. Offered in Classic, Medium and Intense roasts . Our blends are available in whole beans. espresso grind and plunger grind for both the home and cafe's. We also offer a Decaffeinated range for those trying to reduce their daily caffeine intake. The range is also available in our new and improved biodegradable and compostable capsules.
Rooibos tea is also known as red bush or red bush tea. Native to the Western Coast of South Africa, rooibos is usually consumed like black tea. Rooibos is full of antioxidants and is delicious both hot or as an iced tea in summer.

You may ask "why should I but organic herbs and spices "? The answer is simple.

Organic herbs and spices are grown as nature intended. They have not been genetically modified, sprayed with toxic fertilisers and pesticides or irradiated. Organic herbs and spices contain nothing other than the plant itself. No fillers, anti caking agents or colourings have been added unlike some non organic products.

Buying organic will provide you with the purest product with better flavours and aromas. These small steps will lead to a feeling of health and overall wellbeing.

There is ever-increasing evidence on the benefits of tea drinking. Tea has high levels of vitamins, including vitamin C, vitamin B, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid and minerals such as potassium and manganese.
Tea is made from the dried leaf of Camellia Sinensis. This plant is native to China and India and is now cultivated around the world. Tea was discovered nearly 5000 years ago, not reaching Europe until the early 1600’s.