Tazza De Le’ Brew: The Home of Healthy Coffee

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Saturday, April 20, 2013

A NEW taste for coffee lovers, but this one is healthier than coffee. Why? Because it is made with herbs and not coffee beans; no caffeine added too.

Tazza De Le’ Brew offers you something you had never tasted before. The special herb that they use is Ganoderma Lucidum, a medicine that they used in China 5,000 years ago. It is known as the “magic herb,” “mabuting gamot” and “gamot ng buhay.” Ganoderma Lucidum is also called “panacea,” and it is now called the “supernatural eastern mushroom” from the east.

Tazza De Le’ Brew is not like other coffee and tea shops because it differs with the ingredients they use. Their special blend is mocha, choco and tea. Trying the Ice Blended Coffee, also called Black Coffee in the pack, it has a natural sweet taste, sans milk. Their Black Coffee is “packed with all the health-boosting nutrients.” All their Organo Gold Beverages have their own nutrients and functions for your body.


Tazza De Le’ Brew has hot drinks like the gourmet latte, gourmet mocha, gourmet choco, gourmet black. Their coolers include latte con choco, coffee jelly, amazing mocha, double choco, black forest, caramel mocha, coffee latte, cappuccino; and their organic green tea ice blends: freshiliscious, strawberry fussion, nata con melon, pineapple crumble, and honeymansi, and you could add some toppings to the likes of you, and many more with house muffins, cookies and cakes to go.

Ganoderma Lucidum

It is said from the past that Ganoderma Lucidum grows at the palace of the Emperor, the reported cause for peace and quiet, at the time in Handi-Wudi in China. In the mountains of Wuyi there lived a man named Pengzu that lived for about 700 years. The face of Pengzu is not like any other adults because he still looked young at his old age that time, and his secret was accredited to his eating and drinking Ganoderma Lucidum.

The good quality of the Ganoderma (Lingshi, Reishi) is that it was well-known in China, from the rein of Fu Xi (2952-2836 BC). Fu Xi is one of the historical leaders of China and he is known as “First of the Three August Ones.”

Ganoderma was a very important herbal plant in China that is why the Emperor and well-known people at that time were the only ones who used it. It is also known as “Ang Hari ng mga halamang-gamot.” Now it is said that there 4,300 pounds of the herbal plant that the people harvest and is made every year in the world. First, was China; next were Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

This was first introduced in US and then Canada as the Organo Gold and now it is here in our country, particularly Tazza De Le’ Brew.

It has many health benefits and is good for those who have cancer, diabetes, heart problems, hypertension, among other. It has antioxidants and 200 vitamins and minerals in every cup. It contains 100 percent organic Ganoderma Lucidum which strengthens the immune system; helps enhance energy, stamina and endurance; helps enhance mental alertness and reduces forgetfulness; helps detoxify the body and improve blood circulation, with no palpitation and hyperacidity. It is good for adults, young adults, and children.

If you want different coffee and tea experiences without the caffeine, go and try Tazza De Le’ Brew’s unique blends at MWC Building, McArthur Highway, Sindalan, City of San Fernando. Brewing is from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. (Mary Grace S. Morales, AUF Intern)

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 21, 2013.


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