DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For coffee and tea drinkers, waking up to that perfect, steaming cup is nothing less than sublime. Until recently, all the vegan, dairy-free, and health conscious java drinkers out there had to forgo coffee nirvana as a delectable, plant-based coffee creamer didn’t exist. Tundalaya Inc., a company driven to make the superfood movement convenient, accessible, and creamy, changed all this with the launch of their Original Coconut Cloud non-dairy coffee creamer.
As a response to consumer demand, the company has just released three new coconut-cream based hot beverage products; to elevate the ritual of coffee and tea drinking to Zen-like, plant-based bliss. As with their flagship product, the new vanilla flavored creamer and the two vegan tea lattes, are made from pure, natural, plant-based ingredients. The brand is committed to offering 100% dairy, gluten, and soy free vegan products – with zero carrageenan or titanium dioxide, two additives often found in other powdered coffee creamer and liquid nut milks.
Coconut Cloud Vanilla is a dairy-free, powdered coconut milk creamer with a harmonizing touch of natural vanilla. A spoonful of this creamy, dreamy vegan creamer can be added to hot coffee, tea, or cocoa for a warming treat. Coconut, a nutritional powerhouse, is rich in medium chain fatty acids which are naturally anti-viral and anti-bacterial. The ‘good fats’ in coconut are also linked to improved brain function and enhanced metabolism. Another cup please!
For latte lovers, Coconut Cloud presents a tantalizing duo of healthy, dairy-free instant tea lattes - Matcha Green Tea Latte and Turmeric Ginger Golden Milk Latte. The antioxidant-packed, coconut-based latte mixes can be stirred into a cup of hot water, sipped, and savored.
Matcha green tea and turmeric are matches made in heaven for creamy, softly sweet coconut. Matcha, which is made by milling sun-dried green tea leaves into a fine powder, is brimming with compounds known as catechins. Research has shown that these antioxidants can help with everything from slowing the aging process to enhancing mood, giving latte drinkers a delicious mind-body wellness overhaul in a cup.
Turmeric is equally invaluable for well-being. The natural compounds in this healing root are linked to reduced inflammation, better cognitive function, and improved blood sugar levels. The dairy-free Turmeric Ginger Latte pairs turmeric with black pepper, which boosts the absorption rate of curcumin – turmeric’s most powerful antioxidant – along with warming, immune-strengthening ginger.
The Coconut Cloud line was designed for convenience so all consumers can enjoy better for you, plant-based eating, even on the go. Unlike dairy, there’s no need to worry about refrigeration – and these products come with a 12-month shelf-life.
Tundalaya has done it again, showing the world just how powerfully good-for-you that sunrise coffee or tea ritual, or afternoon moment of warm, creamy euphoria in a mug, can actually be. Elevate your cup.
The 3 new Coconut Cloud products are available on Amazon.
About Coconut Cloud
The Coconut Cloud line is created by the team of passionate health food purveyors at the Denver-based company, Tundalaya Inc. The company was founded by avid coconut lover Kerry Carlson, who brings to the table over two decades of private label product development and manufacturing experience along with a passion for clean, plant-based eating. The new vanilla flavored coconut coffee creamer and instant tea lattes are the latest innovations; Tundalaya also creates and manufactures numerous products including spices, coconut sugar and flour, and a range of gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo baking mixes.
Contact Founder Kerry Carlson (email@example.com) or on (LinkedIn) or Director of Product Innovation, Lauren Durso (firstname.lastname@example.org). Want to find out more about Coconut Cloud products? Contact through their website, coconutcloud.net, or find them on Facebook and Pinterest by searching “Coconut Cloud”. Check out their Instagram photos, @coconut.cloud and tweets at @coconut_cloud.