Although the company has only been around for a few years, VitaCup has been steadily earning its place as one of the premier pioneers of “smart coffee” or “healthy coffee”. Their vitamin-infused gourmet coffee pods have fulfilled a much needed gap in an world of health-conscious coffee connoisseurs. Over the years we've watched the company release a variety of these great-tasting coffee pods each formulated to address a variety of health issues. A few days ago, they announced a new product called the VitaCup Slim Blend.
The VitaCup Slim blend was actually created in response to customer demand for a blend that would specifically target areas of metabolism and diet. As usual, it's all about the ingredients. The VitaCup Slim blend contains extract from Garcinia Cambogia, an exotic fruit known for helping appetite control. It has a component in it called Hydroxycitric Acid which in short it makes you feel fuller for longer. Additionally, it contains Panax Ginseng which is a proven potent antioxidant. Last but not least, it contains a powerhouse blend of vitamins including B1, B5, B6, B9, and B12.
On the actual coffee side of things, VitaCup Slim Blend sources its Arabica beans from Brazil and Mexico and roasted to perfection. For those who don't know, Arabica beans are higher quality beans used in premium specialty coffees.
Having your coffee and vitamins together is incredibly convenient. However, this wouldn't mean much of the coffee didn't taste good. Part of the reason for VitaCup's meteoric success is the fact they've produced a coffee product that's as delicious as it is healthy. The big and natural concern that most people have with vitamin-coffee is “how will the coffee taste?” Most coffee lovers such as myself are pretty unforgiving when it comes to the flavor of their coffee. From my experience, VitaCup's formulators have done a phenomenal job with preserving the genuine coffee experience. Their coffee is rich, deep, and just as flavorful as you'd expect from premium coffee. It's anything but “slim”.