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Capomo - THE Coffee Alternative - Caffeine, Gluten Free and Delicious. 22 oz.'s




Can't get off Coffee? Well let us help you. Take the Capomo challenge. Its better than the best coffee . And we live in Seattle.
Nature’s premier caffeine-free coffee substitute and antioxidant superfood*
Delicious hints of chocolate and warming cinnamon
Simple to prepare: just simmer in hot water and strain; or French press, cold brew, or use a drip coffee maker
Can be enjoyed anytime, day or night
Gluten-free, sugar-free, vegan and cruelty-free, dairy-free, soy-free
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Our Capomo is a caffeine free superfood drink that looks, tastes, and smells very similar to coffee, while offering countless health benefits without the coffee crash. Capomo (sometimes referred to as Maya Nut, Bread Nut, Ramon nut, etc.) is rich in natural flavor and is prepared in the same way as coffee. Maya nut does not increase blood pressure or heart rate as coffee and other caffeinated beverages do. 

Indigenous to tropical rain forest from Mexico to Brazil, including the Caribbean islands of Trinidad, Cuba and Jamaica, Capomo nuts are hand gathered from the forest floor by local indigenous women.  While sun-drying on the roof for 3 weeks, Maya Nut Producers walk on them to crush the hard outer layer.  Next, our coffee roaster roasts the dry, crushed nuts, yielding bold and complex layers of coffee-like flavor with notes of cinnamon and chocolate. 



Serving Size: 10 grams

Suggested use: We recommend preparing Capomo by simmering on the stovetop for 10 to 40 minutes, according to desired strength. Longer equals stronger! You can also brew Capomo in a traditional drip coffee maker, percolator, or any way you would prepare coffee or tea.

Servings Per Container: 12


100% Pure Capomo (Maya Nut) and cinnamon
No animal ingredients, a Cruelty Free product, suitable for vegetarians.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

Calories 34.6
Carbohydrate 7.6 grams
Fiber 1.9 grams
Sugar .9 grams
Fat 0 grams
Protein .9 grams

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  1. a unique, acquired taste...

    Posted by Laura D

    As an herbalist I have a very eclectic and tolerant palate. I like trying new things, and have tried many so-called coffee 'substitutes/alternatives". In and of themselves they may have some good qualities, flavor, and even health merits, but none really cut it as a bonafide substitute.
    I'm a whole bean (fair trade, preferably organic, dark-but-not-burnt roast), grind-it-daily, prep-per-cup, filter drip coffee aficionada. No sweeteners. A little hemp mylk, or grass fed, presumably happy cow, half n' half.
    That said, Capomo may actually be something that could possibly stand in for the second or third cup of coffee for the day for some folks-- just not for the first...
    So far I've tried the dark roast version, and it is certainly hearty-- and, like coffee, has a bitter quality-- in fact a much more bitter taste when brewed in the recommended fave method (on the label). Bitter does not scare me off, though I can't imagine the masses loving this flavor profile without having to add beaucoup sweetening. I did try it with a little raw honey and that made it tolerable and tastier. Stevia is also an option.
    The other thing: price wise: at full retail $20 for 11 oz? This becomes a rather overpriced "specialty item"-- and as such cannot compete with a $10 pound (16oz) of fair trade beans roasted to perfection... But it is, after all, a very special herb that requires a tremendous amount of work and specialized attention to produce and find its way to our homes. I hope the people who gather and prepare this product are paid handsomely. They deserve the lion's share...
    Ultimately, Capomo stands on its own, with its own qualities, and should definitely be enjoyed as such. It's not 'coffee' but it is intriguingly unique.
    I will be experimenting with prep methods since I have the 2 packs.
    Looking forward, in fact.*

  2. best coffee alternative out there!

    Posted by Unknown

    Saw a post from a devotee friend on fb raving about the authentic coffee taste of Capomo so I decided to try it. This is my third bag already and will continue to buy it. I had been drinking Chicory as a coffee alternative since quitting caffeine over a year ago now, but Tattava’s Capomo is much much better. Best coffee alternative out there in my opinion! *

  3. Still to new to tell

    Posted by SMCC

    Capomo as a caffeine free coffee alternative has promise. I do appreciate a cup of something strong in the morning. Still working with capomo to find the strength that tastes best.*

  4. tasty coffee alternative

    Posted by Karen

    We wanted to cut out caffeine, but didn’t want decaf coffee and herbal tea just doesn’t provide the same satisfaction in the morning. A coffee alternative made from Maya nuts was recommended to us, and I found Capomo at Tattva’s!! So glad. It’s not exactly the same as coffee, but very close. We actually prefer it over coffee now! We make it in our drip coffee maker. We just had to experiment with the amount of Capomo and the amount of water, but it didn’t take long to find our balance!! We now enjoy a healthier hot beverage, which we can drink anytime of the day.*

  5. excellent substitute for regular caffeinated coffee

    Posted by Laureen L Becker

    Has a very similar taste to coffee and smell. I use coconut milk and stevia sweetener which is similar to my previous latte. For me it took some time to adjust but I have. Rately have I found any "substitute" for anything with complete satisfaction, but this is pretty good. Important to gradually decrease caffeinated beverages before switch over. Those headaches aren't fun.*

  6. Great drink to use for kicking the coffee habit

    Posted by Lee

    To avoid the headaches I get when eliminating (acidic) coffee, I'm drinking a mix of half coffee and half CAPOMO. I plan to drink this for two weeks, then continue to reduce the amount of coffee until I'm finally "done" with the coffee. Thankfully the CAPOMO tastes very good, and can be prepared exactly the same way as a cup of coffee including the addition of cream and a little sugar.*

  7. Most closely taste to coffee without caffeine ...

    Posted by Louisette Pochat

    I have review this product more than once...since I have been using it for a few it....nutritious and it goes well with my Raw forest ...twelve rivers ...and coconut cream....what a lovely cup of goodness.!*

  8. Good coffee

    Posted by Martyn Henderson

    I was very pleased with the coffee but I was very disappointed with an unexpected £20 charge by the post office before i could receive the package *

  9. Best coffee substitute...

    Posted by Louisette Pochat

    I have been using this product for over a year. I would not go without it. I love the taste.
    I use it with the Twelve Rivers a Chinese root and mushroom extract, it works well with Capomo along with Shilajit. It has a delicious rich flavor. The mix I use has chaga mushroom that cleans your liver and more....overall it's a drink for the morning.*

  10. Not a Fan of Campomo

    Posted by Sherry

    I've tried this with 1/2 & 1/2 and honey. Can't drink it black. It's okay, but I really don't relate the taste to coffee.**

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