What does Wild Crafted mean?

Wild Crafted means the Lions Mane is collected from its natural habitat where they grow as opposed to being cultivated in a green house or farm. 

Why is your Coffee more expensive?

We believe to achieve the highest health benefits from coffee you need to consume the cleanest version possible. By not adding any fillers or flavours, you are purchasing a high quality instant coffee and lions mane.

Why doesn’t your coffee foam ?

Foam or the “Crema” happens when the coffee is brewed and the soluble oils become air-rated and bubbly. Our coffee is Instant, so it doesn’t create the same foam, and unlike other products, we don’t add any foaming agents.

What if it seems a little clumpy?

This is totally normal as we don’t add any anti caking agent chemicals!

What does that mean you ask? Well the natural moisture level in coffee can slightly change meaning the coffee particles will stick closer together or be further apart.

For a chemical free coffee, we can live with the occasional clump. 


Yes, our coffee does contain caffeine.
Caffeine is a stimulant so please listen to your body when consuming and considering if this product is right for you.

Is Lions Mane a mushroom?

Yes, Lions Mane (Hericium Erinaceus) is a mushroom (Fungi). So if you have any possible allergies, please consult your health care professional to determine if this product is right for you.

How much water do I add? 

Thats completely up to you, but we recommend between 200 - 250ml of water/milk depending on how strong you want the flavour. 

Can I cancel my subscription at anytime?

To qualify for the discount you need to complete two orders, after that you can cancel at any time, although if your personal circumstance has changed, please get in contact with us.

Is the capsule pouch biodegradable? 

It sure is! It can be disposed of in your "green bin" for composting or your waste collection. It will still break down naturally over time, leaving no plastics or imprint on the earth.

Are the capsules home compostable?

No, they are best disposed of in your "Green Bin" for commercial composting. Check with your local council if you are unsure.