No Chemical Additives
Naturalis is a rich, flavorful instant grain beverage enjoyed by Polish families for generations. Rye, barley, beets, and chicory root are simply roasted, ground and combined to make Naturalis Inka the perfect substitute for coffee and a great tasting drink in its own right. The toasted beets lend a subtle sweetness that is naturally satisfying. There are no chemical processes, additives, preservatives and added sugars used in making this flavorful and relaxing natural beverage.
You can drink unlimited amounts without counting the number of cups you have had. Its irresistibility will be good for your health.
Inka is a kind of coffee that gives you energy and stamina but is 100% caffeine free. It is ideal for active people who take care of their health.
Inka is a drink that can be prepared very quickly. Put 2-3 teaspoons of Inka into a cup and then pour some hot water into it. For a better taste, you can add some milk or cream. Inka can also be drank “black”, however, because of its features and flavor it is highly recommended with milk. Drinking Inka with milk helps to make the most of chicory, which helps with calcium assimilation.
Ingredients: chicory, roasted barley, rye, sugar beet.
INKA is the best known cereal coffee trademark, both in Poland and in the world. They have been producing it for over thirty years. To date more than 400 million packages of INKA have been sold.
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Posted by Jess on 23rd Nov 2013
We were huge fans of postum, so when they stopped making it we had to find something similar. This is even better. We love it! Drink it with milk/creamer and sugar/sweetener
Posted by John from Wisconsin on 6th Jan 2012
I wrote the review (below) that there was a problem with packaging. I received another order recently and the packaging problem has been resolved, as the company said it would. Beverage quality is quite good. This will no doubt be my ongoing afternoon - evening "coffee substitute"
Posted by Michael on 26th Sep 2011
I have been looking for a good coffee/morning beverage substitute. I enjoy the feeling and benefits I receive from yerba mate but need something better tasting and soothing in the morning or relaxing and reading a book. This is the best I have tasted so far. It has a nice earthy roasted flavor and goes great with milk and the xylitol sugar substitute I got from myworldhut also. I am looking forward to decaffeinating myself, my morning coffee the only thing standing in my way.
Posted by D on 6th Apr 2011
Similar to Cafix, Pero, and the former Postum... and this price point for the bulk product at My World Hut is the best deal out there. Shipping in a bag in an envelope is sub-par method -- product leaks out and gets messy and you just hope the mailing envelope is clean and doesn't contaminate the product. A corrugated box would be far better.
--Ed Note: We have implemented better packaging. Thanks for the input.
Posted by Richard Jewell, Minneapolis on 27th Mar 2011
A couple years ago while travelling in Europe, I spent some time looking for a coffee substitute. In a coop I finally found a primarily rye powder. I loved it. When I got home, I read about rye as a coffee substitute—a sort of poor man’s coffee and health substitute in the United States for settlers and others as the American West opened. If you couldn’t afford to pay for coffee beans, then you roasted some of the rye that was so much more prevalent then as a farm grain. But the roasted rye powder I found in Europe was neither easy nor cheap to order, and rye generally is not much used in the U.S. Then I read about Inka. It contains more rye than most other coffee substitutes. It also has chicory, which I love. So I ordered some, and it has worked very well. I mix it with chocolate, sweetener, milk, and a little Cafix to create my own special brand of mocha. But if I am completely without chocolate or coffee, I like Inka better than any other coffee substitute alone. Inka—because of the rye—has a special smoothness and roundness in taste. Inka has barley, too, but the rye makes Inka much more pleasing and rich in taste to me. I have several hard-to-dissolve ingredients in my mocha mix, so I simply pour boiling water over the mix in my cup, and everything dissolves well. Very hot tap water also works. I had a problem getting my first bulk order from MyWorldHut, which had run out of bulk Inka but failed to let me know even after I emailed, so I wasn’t sure what was going on for a couple months. But eventually someone from MyWorldHut did respond with an apology, and when my bulk Inka did arrive, I found myself enjoying it very much and use it every day. I’m ordering another 5 lbs. from MyWorldHut today.
Posted by M Walters on 14th Feb 2011
Natural and tasty, mixes easily.
Posted by John from Wisconsin on 27th Dec 2010
Inka is a fine product (I bought it in my search for a replacement for Postum which is no longer produced). But when this bulk version of Inka arrived the inner plastic package was sliced. Thus on opening the priority mail package I discovered a mess. I'm glad I was in the kitchen and not standing on a carpet. Fortunately most of the product was still in the plastic package, so I was able to salvage the bulk of it. Probably this product typically arrives intact, though the bag seems rather flimsy. So, if you order it, open with care!
>Editor: We welcome your feedback and we have worked on a better packaging solution.
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