Laird Superfood Coffee and Turmeric Coffee Creamer Review

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Turmeric Coffee Creamer recommended on multiple JRE podcasts.

I first decided to try a non mainstream coffee after listening to Joe Rogan’s podcast with Laird Hamilton (JRE #1301). He and every guest raved about Lairds’ turmeric coffee creamer in every podcast for what seemed like a month. I had to try it.

Initially I felt like the ~$1 per oz price seemed high because I had been accustomed to large quantity pricing from national brands. A quick comparison with other smaller roasters I learned that it was actually a very competitive price. So I ordered a 12oz bag of the Laird Superfood ground coffee and a bag of turmeric creamer. The turmeric coffee creamer gained my interest as a potential inflammation inhibitor. Though the many potential health advantages of turmeric remain unproven scientifically.

Taste Testing Turmeric Coffee Creamer:

I was excited to try this life changing coffee when it arrived. Even with the excitement I can’t say my life changed but I will say I enjoyed it. I tried the coffee with my standard french vanilla liquid creamer as well as the turmeric creamer. It was good both ways but the turmeric creamer gave it an edge that I haven’t found since. In addition the turmeric mixed surprisingly well for a powder (I usually use liquid vanilla creamer). However, I do remember it leaving an odd looking oily, yellow froth on top. Who cares what it looks like this stuff tastes good!

I’m not one to get into the nitty gritty on what hints of flavor I could taste but I will say the coffee lacked the harshness that I had been accustomed to with some of the national brands. It had a softer more buttery texture to it and was overall a pleasant taste. Better yet, I didn’t have to add all of the sugary additives that I had been adding in order to drink my coffee!

The turmeric dry powder creamer is also shelf stable. You can take the bag with you backpacking or traveling and don’t have to worry about refrigerating it. In addition it’s labeled as a Non GMO, Soy, Dairy, and Gluten Free, Vegan and Keto Friendly option for those who are health conscious.

The downside:

The turmeric creamer does leave an aftertaste/film in your mouth after drinking it. And DO NOT spill this stuff, it leaves an awful yellow coffee stain. I will also say that not all Laird Superfood Creamers are made the same, I was gifted an open bag of the Cacao and Pumpkin Spice creamers from my mom. I tried both with an open mind and just couldn’t do it. The bitterness outweighed my desire for coffee and I wasted the cup each time I tried to drink them.

Laird Superfood Turmeric Coffee Creamer on Amazon
Laird Superfood Turmeric Coffee Creamer on Amazon

Where to buy:

I recommending at least trying the Turmeric Creamer. If you have a favorite coffee then try adding the creamer to it. Laird’s coffee was good but the turmeric coffee creamer is what sets it apart! Order some from the Laird Superfood website for the best deal at the time of this post or the more convenient method is to grab a bag on Amazon.

Interested in following my quest to find my favorite coffee? I’m not a connoisseur but I’m curious how the region and growing conditions effect the taste. Follow my journey here.