Have You Tried These Unusual Coffee Trends?

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When it comes to coffee, there always seems to be a new product on the market. Between whipped coffee and flavored coffees, coffee is never boring and there are tons of different ones to try. These three coffee trends may be unusual, but they’re taking the world by storm. Are you ready to give them a try?

Mushroom Coffee

With half the amount of caffeine than a traditional cup of coffee, the powder for mushroom coffee is made from species of fungi. It’s a natural energy boost that is rich in vitamins and minerals from the mushrooms. Plus, there isn’t much of a mushroom taste.

Broccoli Coffee

This coffee originated in Australia as a way to combat poor nutrition and food waste. Just two tablespoons of the powder equals one serving of vegetables. The coffee does have a pretty strong broccoli taste, so if you can get over that, it’s worth a try. Nutrition and caffeine in one cup of coffee—we’re into it.

Peanut Coffee

Made with 100 percent peanuts, this coffee is acid-free and caffeine-free. Due to the nutty quality, peanut coffee has a similar taste to traditional coffee with a smooth, roasted flavor.