What’s so dreamy about the Lunar Latte? Chamomile, lavender and passion flower taste like a floral laced dream but also have a long history of use by herbalists for their naturally calming perfume. The Lunar Latte blend is combined with these delicate botanicals with Ayurvedic Ashwagandha and ancient Chinese adaptogenic herbs He Shou Wu and Reishi mushroom, making Lunar Latte the perfect way to unwind before bed.
The Lunar Latte is colored like a soft lavender field due to the natural purple pigment from the anthocyanins (antioxidant) found in purple carrot. Lunar Latte doesn’t contain any added sugar or sweetener, so say goodbye to the restlessness from ‘sugar highs’ right before bed.
Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin*, New Zealand Purple Carrot, Tapioca Starch*, Peruvian Mesquite*, Vanilla Bean Extract Powder (9%), Chamomile Flowers* (Matricaria chamomilla), Lavender Buds* (Lavandula angustifolia), Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt, Passionflower Aerials* (Passiflora incarnata), Ashwagandha* (Withania somnifera), He Shou Wu* (Polygonum multiflorum), Reishi Mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum).
15 servings per container
Serving size: 2tsp
Amount per serving
Total Fat: 0g
Total Carbohydrate: 3g
Add 1 sachet to a little heated or chilled milk, stir to combine. Add the remaining milk to make 200ml.
Why is there herby floaters in my cup?
Firstly, if you are finding that your Lunar Latte has some remnants of ground herb floating in it - CONGRATS! This means you have got some of the freshest organic herbs around in your night-time indulgence! Your Lunar Latte is definitely more than suitable to consume. Those naturally occurring “stringy bits” are actually just mucilage (or fibre) from freshly ground organic Chamomile herb (no fake extracts here). Upon heating, mucilage is naturally released from the herb and may coagulate forming little floaters as the drink cools down again. One way we suggest avoiding this is to only warm your milk, don’t over heat it, and drink it as soon as it is a suitable temperature for you. This mucilage will most likely sit on the bottom of the cup, so once mixed in, you might also wish to avoid excessive stirring. Otherwise you can also avoid this by frothing your milk. That said, as Chamomile is a natural herb, it will also vary in the amount of mucilage from batch to batch, so one Lunar Latte may contain more mucilage than another.
Will I feel drowsy the next day after drinking Lunar Latte?
Nope! Lunar Latte is in no way comparable to a strong pharmaceutical that may cause you to feel drowsy the next day. Lunar Latte is only a supportive food product, containing Chamomile as the only “active” herb which with its traditional calming aroma may assist in promoting a sense of relaxation prior to bed, but it is not strong enough to cause excessive drowsiness. What does Lunar Latte taste like? Lunar Latte is very different to our other superfood latte’s in terms of flavor as it is not chai based. Lunar Latte tastes like a vanilla latte dream with mild floral and caramel undertones from the honey-like aromatics of chamomile and mesquite.