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Roasted Chicory Root

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Roasted Chicory Root

Also Known As: Chicory Root Granulated, Succory or Coffeeweed

Origin: Europe

Ingredients: Roasted Chicory Root

Taste and Aroma: Similar to coffee. Slightly sweet roasted flavor with a subtle chocolaty aroma.

Uses: Chicoryis a great and healthy alternative to coffee; it's naturally decaffeinated and has more flavor than ordinary decaf. You can also blend it with your favorite coffee for enhanced flavor. To brew, add 2-3 tablespoons of Chicory into your coffeemaker for each cup of water.


Fun Fact: Chicory supports the body's ability to absorb calcium, a nutrient that helps build and maintain strong teeth and bones.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Bobbie (Ballston Spa, US)
I Love Chicory In My Coffee or On Its Own

I first discovered chicory in 1966 when I moved to Louisiana. I had my first cup of coffee with chicory at Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans and have been hooked ever since. Some people say chicory is bitter, but my taste buds say the opposite. To me, coffee with chicory tastes less bitter. When coffee upsets my stomach, I brew chicory by itself and add hot milk or half & half. I think it's delicious. Try adding just a little to your coffeemaker and try it several times. I loved it the first time, but it's an acquired taste for others. It's good hot or iced.

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David M. (Wilson, US)
Roasted Chicory Root for your Morning Coffee.

Back in 1968, my first boss used to add Chicory Root to our coffee, it was a must have item. I thought this was a holdover from the Depression era when coffee was hard to get. Cajun Coffee from New Orleans is note for it's chicory. I have to drink coffee with and without chicory to tell any difference, but I've heard some say they can't stand it in their coffee. It makes the coffee darker and moves it to a more bitter note, so you might want to use less of both unless you love strong coffee. I like anything from 1/3 to 1/4 Chicory to coffee. If you grind your own beans as I do, you can add the chicory right to the beans and grind both even if the chicory does not need regrinding.

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Rachel
Perfect meat rub add in

Roasted Chicory brings that not quite coffee flavor to a rub that meat needs. I find coffee can add a bitterness, but chicory just brings that lovely depth.

C
Charles M.
Very Fresh Flavor

I would not give up my coffee for chicory after 50 years, but an interesting flavor.

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Jan M.
Very bitter

This makes a nice drink if you add enough milk and sugar. It is very bitter. I'm not a coffee drinker, so I can't compare it to coffee. As a hot drink, it is okay. I drank too much of it and found it can have a laxative effect.

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Amy W.
Not my cup of tea :)

I just had to try it but it messed with my bodily functions too much.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
83%
(5)
17%
(1)
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Bobbie (Ballston Spa, US)
I Love Chicory In My Coffee or On Its Own

I first discovered chicory in 1966 when I moved to Louisiana. I had my first cup of coffee with chicory at Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans and have been hooked ever since. Some people say chicory is bitter, but my taste buds say the opposite. To me, coffee with chicory tastes less bitter. When coffee upsets my stomach, I brew chicory by itself and add hot milk or half & half. I think it's delicious. Try adding just a little to your coffeemaker and try it several times. I loved it the first time, but it's an acquired taste for others. It's good hot or iced.

D
David M. (Wilson, US)
Roasted Chicory Root for your Morning Coffee.

Back in 1968, my first boss used to add Chicory Root to our coffee, it was a must have item. I thought this was a holdover from the Depression era when coffee was hard to get. Cajun Coffee from New Orleans is note for it's chicory. I have to drink coffee with and without chicory to tell any difference, but I've heard some say they can't stand it in their coffee. It makes the coffee darker and moves it to a more bitter note, so you might want to use less of both unless you love strong coffee. I like anything from 1/3 to 1/4 Chicory to coffee. If you grind your own beans as I do, you can add the chicory right to the beans and grind both even if the chicory does not need regrinding.

R
Rachel
Perfect meat rub add in

Roasted Chicory brings that not quite coffee flavor to a rub that meat needs. I find coffee can add a bitterness, but chicory just brings that lovely depth.

C
Charles M.
Very Fresh Flavor

I would not give up my coffee for chicory after 50 years, but an interesting flavor.

J
Jan M.
Very bitter

This makes a nice drink if you add enough milk and sugar. It is very bitter. I'm not a coffee drinker, so I can't compare it to coffee. As a hot drink, it is okay. I drank too much of it and found it can have a laxative effect.

A
Amy W.
Not my cup of tea :)

I just had to try it but it messed with my bodily functions too much.