If you asked me how I take my coffee, I would respond, “Seriously. Very seriously”.
So serious, in fact, that I drink nothing but black coffee. Some mornings, I’m drinking my cup of joe out of necessity, but most mornings I am drinking because I just really love coffee. There’s no need to ruin a good roast with cream or sugar or flavour syrups (although I do admit to treating myself to the occasional flavoured latte or shot of strip in my Americano).
I never really considered the idea of additions to my coffee that would come with significant benefits without affecting the flavour of the coffee.
Enter Java Elixir.
Java Elixir is an all natural, herbal based health supplement, created specifically as a flavourless additive for your coffee. The elixirs, Immunity, Focus+ and Detox, are created from natural, organic ingredients to give you a healthier coffee experience. They are heat stable and tasteless, so you don’t even notice them when you add the recommended dosage to your morning cup. I can attest to the fact that they do go undetected, as I was lucky enough to receive the Immunity and Focus+ Elixir’s a couple weeks ago.
The boys of Java Elixir just launched their IndieGogo campaign to be able to carry out their first official production run and expand their line of elixirs. While I haven’t used them fully enough to know if they truly work, I can say that I’m excited for the potential that this Calgary-based startup shows. It’s not uncommon to forget to take your vitamins in the morning. I can say that honestly since I rarely take mine. But you’d be hard pressed to find a morning that I don’t drink a cup of coffee.
I love that this product was developed just down the road in the beautiful city of Calgary (#supportlocal), that it’s made with natural, organic herbal supplements instead, and truly improves my morning coffee by providing some amazing health benefits. You can bet that the Immunity elixir will be utilized fully come winter when all those toddler germs creep back into our house.
Disclaimer: I received two bottles of Java Elixir in exchange for review. All opinions are my own.