Simply Organic Pre-Brew Coffee Spices
[1] Add a spoon of coffee spices to your ground coffee to brew a flavored pot.

Simply Organic Pre-Brew Coffee Spices
[2] Four flavors complement light through dark roast coffees. Both photos courtesy Simply Organic.


Sometimes you feel like having plain coffee, sometimes you like a hit of flavor.

Simply Organic has developed Pre-Brew Coffee Spices for you.

Add a spoonful to ground coffee before brewing, and enjoy the flavor and aroma of carefully-crafted spice blends.

There are zero calories and no added sweetness: just organic spices.

There are four options:

  • Awaken Spices help open your eyes with the zip of cinnamon and anise. It won’t overpower light-roasted (blonde) coffees. Ingredients: organic cinnamon, organic fennel, organic cloves, organic anise, organic black pepper.
  • Chai Spices stand up to bold, dark-roast beans. Ingredients: organic cinnamon, organic fennel, organic ginger, organic anise, organic cardamom, organic cloves, organic black pepper.
  • Cinnamon Spices balance the acidic taste in coffee. Use them to heighten the citrusy notes of light-roast beans.
    Organic cinnamon, organic Ceylon cinnamon, organic orange peel.
  • Pumpkin Spices deliver pumpkin pie spices to your coffee, or make your own PSL. Ingredients include organic cinnamon, organic ginger and organic cloves.
    The Simply Organics line is certified organic, certified kosher by KSA, and is vegan, non-irradiated and non-ETO.
    A 1.69-ounce jar is about $ 6.00, a good stocking stuffer price.


    Also available on Amazon, iHerb, Vitacost, Walmart and other retailers.


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