Superlatte Golden Cup Latte Blend - Tumeric, Cinnamon & Ginger 200g

Code
00395190000166
Size:200g
R115.95
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Overview

  • With Turmeric, Cinnamon & Ginger
  • Made from natural ingredients
  • Add to your favourite milk or dairy alternative 

Description

Enjoy the goodness of turmeric with Superlatte's comforting Golden Latte Blend. Each aromatic serve contains non-irradiated organic turmeric, warming cinnamon, zesty ginger and a pinch of black pepper. Simply add to your favourite milk or dairy alternative for a delicious super blend boost. Enchanting hot or cold. 

Ingredients

Organic Coconut Blossom Sugar, Non-Irradiated Spices (Organic Turmeric (15%), Cinnamon (15%), Ginger (5%), Cardamom, Black Pepper, Nutmeg, Cayenne Pepper), Himalayan Crystal Salt.

Warnings

Packed in a factory that uses wheat (gluten), tree nuts, soybeans, milk products, celery, mustard and sesame. 

Directions

Store in a cool dry place. 

Dietary Summary

  • Dairy Free
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Caffeine Free
  • Preservative Free
  • No Colourants
 

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