The Significance of Organo Gold and a Cup of Joe

Coffee is a coveted commodity of modern society, with Americans consuming hundreds of millions of cups a day, which is only a fraction of the total number of cups consumed daily by habitual drinkers worldwide. According to this recent Newsversion article, the drink can be traced back to Ethiopia during a time of antiquity, though no one really knows who discovered it or how they came up with the idea to brew this liquid “gold”. Fast forward to a more recent time, say the 1400’s, and the coffee bean has thrived in trade and cultivation throughout the Arabian Peninsula; and as time continued to progress, it made its place in other parts of the world like Persia, Syria, and Turkey. Eventually, it reached Europe where it became an immediate success, with businesses dedicating their establishments to serving a hot brew. As it passed and spread through different cultures via trade, from the Africans, to the Arabians, to the Persians and so on, people have continuously found ways to enjoy brewed coffee. Iced coffee with lemon juice is enjoyed in Portugal, and Mexicans enjoy a cup of joe with a stick of cinnamon; in Vietnam, a dark roast is brewed into a cup of condensed milk, the Senegalese flavor theirs with Guinea pepper, and the Irish (not all) like theirs with whiskey and sugar, topped off with whipped cream.

Organo Gold had dedicated its livelihood to manufacturing and selling premium coffee and the many variations of it. It’s Gourmet Black Coffee is instant, taking out the time needed to brew a typical cup of coffee, and it’s without added sugars, so you control the sweetness of your drink; and it contains Ganoderma lucidum, a species of mushroom used in Asia for it’s effects on the immune system. There’s also the Organo Café Latte, an expresso version made with Arabica and Robusta beans. Its blended with cream and sugar, and also contains the Ganoderma lucidum. Gourmet Café Mocha is a chocolaty take on Organo Gold premium brews, and the Gourmet Cafe Supreme is a healthy blend that contains the Ganoderma lucidum mushroom, Eurycoma Longifolia Jack, which is a plant that supports the body’s natural vigor, and the drink is also infused with ginseng, a root with a variety of health benefits. And every cup of coffee contains natural antioxidants that fights off the free radicals in our bodies.

The Ganoderma lucidum has been mentioned several times before because it can be found in many of Organo’s coffees, as well as teas. As stated before, this species of mushroom is incorporated into Organo’s drinks because of its positive effects on the immune system–it has been used in Asian culture for thousands of years.

Organo coffee also offers tea products also rich in nutrients, to help optimize personal health. Their tea products includes the popular green tea selection, which is chock full of antioxidants, red tea, and their black iced tea.

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