Chicory root, relative of the dandelion, is a hardy perennial best known for its association with coffee, producing a more roasted flavor without caffeine. Just like dandelions, it has a large taproot, and it's this root that's been used as a substitute for and complement to coffee.
- The world's number one coffee substitute.
- Ideal for pairing with coffee, as it produces a roasted flavor with no caffeine.
- Medicinal use dates back to ancient Egyptians and Romans who used it to treat a wide range of ailments.
- Roasted chicory is a particularly popular drink in and around New Orleans.
- Non Irradiated
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