Customer reviews - Cotswold Dandelion Coffee 100g
Reviews excellent -
Fri 15th Aug 2008
I discovered this specific drink while visiting friends in the UK-I'm from the US and we don't really have this here. It's wonderful; rich and satisfying; tastes amazingly like coffee. I recommend this very much especially if trying to kick caffeine (I love coffee) and tea often is a bit underwhelming. I absolutely love this drink! Reviewer's Name:
Coral Tilton Brilliant taste -
Thu 30th Oct 2008
This is so like coffee in taste and great with vanilla rice milk. Reviewer's Name:
Ruthy Gentle Really Good Taste -
Thu 9th Jul 2009
This drink is so good I really look forward to sitting and having a cup - it's a shame it's not in cafes and restaurants yet, as I get a little bored of being offered 'peppermint or camomile' tea!Reviewer's Name:
Mon 12th Apr 2010
I love this drink!
I have tried dandelion coffee before (other brands) and didn't like them at all.
But this one is somehow different and really tasty.Reviewer's Name:
gordina very strong! -
Mon 5th Dec 2011
These are great for the coffee experience without the coffee -- the resulting brew is very strong, acidic-tasting, and dark. The 'beans' are have a tough/chewy texture, so you have to grind them in a blade coffee grinder. They also tend to leave a slight residue in the grinder, but you can wipe it right out.
Chloe Nightingale -
Tue 23rd Oct 2012
Good for having a coffee-like drink in the evening; It has to be ground first though.Reviewer's Name:
G Amazing -
Fri 14th Jun 2013
Didn't expect this to taste quite as good as it does. A fantastic coffee substitute with the bonus that it's doing my liver good - perfect.
I ground it and used one of those Italian hob espresso makers. It came out really dark and strong - just how I like my coffee. Will be buying this in bulk in future!!Reviewer's Name:
Tue 1st Oct 2013
Excellent flavour, grinds easily in the coffee grinder but make sure it is kept very dry, a vacuum sealed jar is best for storage. Dandelion coffee is a good liver support and cleanser which is very necessary in todays toxic environmentReviewer's Name:
Tips Make a batch of Dandelion coffee -
Tue 5th Jan 2010
I have a massive pint mug of dandelion root coffee every morning. Unlike the instructions which tell you to grind it up and whack it in your coffee percolator, I just boil/simmer a tablespoon in 2 litres of water for 20mins. I make a big saucepan full of it once a week, and store it cool in a large plastic jug in the door of my fridge. I then heat a cup of it up each morning. I don't like the brands which sell granules because they all contain milk powder, or lactose as a sweetener. [Why do they do that????]
I've been doing this for about 7 years, and it is now part of my daily routine... which I miss terribly when I am on holiday. A 100g pack lasts me about 8 weeks because you only need a tablespoon to make 2 litres.
Oh, and dandelion is fabulous for your liver. You'll notice a big change in your bowels for the first week, as the dandelion stimulates your bile production. But it settles down after that. It's great for improving bad skin and for getting rid of unhealthy smelling body odour.Reviewer's Name: