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Fall Featured Ingredient!

Updated: Oct 6, 2021

Every year around this time, we feature some sort of spiced pumpkin latte. I don’t know why. Pumpkin, Fall? Personally, I'm not a fan. Now, I do like coffee. In fact, I consider myself a coffee lover! That's why I am so excited about what we're doing at Welbeze this Fall.

This Fall, instead of featuring a particular menu item, we’re featuring a group of items that all include one of our great, nontypical ingredients -Turmeric! And our featured coffee is our own creation - a “Hot Spiced Coca Latte,” seasoned with fresh pressed Turmeric!

What is Turmeric? Google can tell you that. What we like about Turmeric, in addition to its known nutritional values, is its warm, spicy and aromatic flavor. How it complements the flavors of ginger, honey, chocolate, and citrus, and can elevate any meal or drink to the next level with a deeper, richer flavor.

Here at Welbeze, we press Turmeric to order so to optimize its nutritional intake. Our juiced turmeric is undoubtedly more flavorful than dried turmeric often used in dishes and can completely revitalize your diet!

We’re promoting turmeric as our flavor of the fall–stay warm and stay healthy with the inclusion of turmeric in your order today!!

More options than anywhere else!

  • Golden Milk Latte: steamed milk, freshly juiced turmeric and ginger, honey, and cinnamon. Ask to add vanilla or maple syrup!

  • Spiced Cocoa Latte: steamed milk, espresso, freshly juiced turmeric, cocoa, and cinnamon.

  • Zinger! Shot: fresh juiced turmeric, lemon juice, and orange juice

  • Cold Pressed Bottled-in-House Goldilocks Juice: Pineapple, cucumber, orange, golden beet, celery, turmeric.

  • Customer Favorite: Add Turmeric to a Face Melter Shot! fresh juiced wheatgrass, ginger, lemon, cayenne, and oregano oil

Order a shot of juiced turmeric on its own, or to add it to any smoothie or fresh squeezed juice!

Turmeric is a major ingredient in traditional Indian foods and has been used for its medicinal benefits in Ayurveda, South Asia, and East Asia. It’s been used to treat skin disorders, respiratory issues, inflamed joints, and problems with the digestive system. Today, it’s used as a dietary supplement to reduce inflammation and to help treat arthritis, digestive disorders, respiratory infections, allergies, liver disease, and mood disorders. Fresh squeezed turmeric like we use at Welbeze contains more of these properties than dried turmeric used as a spice–helping to keep your body healthy.

Always talk to your doctor about any health concerns and supplements you’re considering using. If you’re pregnant, talk to your doctor before using any kind of supplement.


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