" Golden Ratio is just a lighter experience on my stomach with the same caffeine!"Hannah M.
If you like chai tea, you'll love our Chai Gold Coffee. Blended with spices like cardamom, cinnamon, allspice and cloves, its warm, subtly sweet flavor is great served hot or iced.
Golden Ratio takes everything you love about a cup of coffee and makes it better. We roast our coffee beans at lower temperatures to create a smooth “tea-like” coffee to naturally perk up any coffee drinker's day. Golden Ratio is a healthy alternative to dark roast coffee which is bad for your teeth and gut.
Our roasting method leaves coffee lovers with golden beans that have almost no quinic acid, the component of coffee that makes it astringent and rough on your stomach.
Learn to associate a new flavoring with coffee that doesn't stain your teeth. Bitter free and light like tea, your taste buds will love this golden coffee flavor.
To make a cup of gold, just steep a single-serve tea bag in hot water or toss it in a cup overnight in the refrigerator. No fancy contraptions required.
I have only used one bag so far because for me it will be a weekly treat or something special to turn around a day. My favorite spice is cardamom and this has just the right balance of spices to bring that to the forefront. I will be savoring each cup!
Absolutely love Golden Ratio coffee! My go-to is Chai Spiced but love them all. …well, except for the Mint but that’s just me. Tip of the hat for bringing in the right answer to the world of coffee when we didn’t realize it was even needed!
The Chia Spiced Coffee is excellent. No bitterness. Almost tea-like. Great way to get away from sugar loaded coffee creamers.
Chai Spiced Gold has very nice flavorings A nice after dinner hot drink
While I REALLY like the drastically-reduced acidity of all the Golden Ratio coffee, it still misses the mark a teensy bit for me when it comes to the feel and smell of good, old-fashioned coffee. I'll keep going with it, though, since I love the Chai Spiced and Turmeric flavors, and stocked up on them. A version that's brewable in a coffee maker or French press next, please?