Felice Cafe AM Morning Blend Free Sample
Browsing through some free sample websites, I came across a free coffee sample. Always open to trying new coffee brands, I thought “why not?” A few weeks later I received this free sample in the mail from Felice Cafe, their AM Morning Blend.
About Felice Cafe
From what I gather on their website, this is a family run business, started by a couple who also run a lead generating business. So one would say they are well versed in the world of marketing. They added on a product focused company with the goal of using their expertise to help people with their own dreams.
It appears that they are the main providers of the product, working with coffee brewers to make their blend. Then, there are different levels of sales, and you are able to bring in people under you to work. Those who sell their products in your local area are known as Members or Connectors.
Check out this video to see how to make money as a Connector with other Connectors underneath you.
So this feels a little like MLM to me. There are some products I love that are sold by MLM companies. My feelings on MLMs in general varies. I’ll leave my opinion just that, my opinion, to myself. But you can form your own opinions approving or disapproving as we go.
But, let’s get to the product at hand, AM Morning Blend, the first and apparent (currently as of 2020) product offered by Felice Cafe..
The AM Morning Blend
The claims of this product include more energy and focus, manage weight, and powerful antioxidants. It is an Indian Arabica brew which contains the following ingredients on top of the coffee (info is from the packaging I received):
- L-Tyrosine for improving mental performance, alertness, or memory.
- L-Theanine for improvement of serotonin and dopamine levels to assist with mood, sleep, emotion, and stress management.
- Alpha – GPC helps with behavior, mood, and thinking skills.
- PEA (phenylethylamine HCL) a neurotransmitter and neuro regulator for mood and cognition.
- Mucuna Pruriens Extract for mood improvement and well-being.
- Rhodiola Rosea Extract for anxiety, fatigue, and depression, this is a centuries old treatment.
- Theorbromine is suggested to help lower blood pressure, reduce “bad” cholesterol, and improve “good” cholesterol.
- Chromium Polynicotinate has been shown to boost the effectiveness of insulin and participate in metabolism of carbohydrates, fat, and protein.
- Green Coffee Extract is speculated to promote weight loss by reducing the absorption of fat and glucose in the stomach.
- Ganoderma Lucidum is thought to possibly boost the immune system via the white blood cells. Possibly it is effective at reducing fatigue or depression.
- Yohimbe Bark Extract for ED, athletic performance, weight loss, exhaustion, chest pain, and high blood pressure.
That’s a lot of Ingredients!
That’s also a lot of possible benefits. Improved mood, metabolism, and energy will help with weight loss. Weight loss can affect mood. And increased focus can help the brain not to tire out so quickly and increase productivity. If the ingredients in this product really do all of this, it is quite a beneficial cup of coffee!
It did come with an order form, you can be sure to give credit to the person who recommended you to the product. On the form you can also to choose a purchase to make, or possibly sign up to sell it yourself if you absolutely fall in love.
Preparation and Thoughts
The product stated to add to a cold 8 ounce glass of water. You can see it came in a packet, great for on the go.
I added the contents of the packet to my glass, in the above photos you can see the various stages of mixing. First the initial pour, a medium brown mixture with some of the powder resting on top. Next after after a few stirs, the dark coffee color takes over. After a bit of stirring a lighter tone took effect. Finally, the photo underneath shows the finished product after a minute or two of stirring. I didn’t add anything to it originally so I could get the full effect and taste of the product.
I certainly get a coffee taste, not far removed from a typical cup of coffee. However, I did get quite a medicinal/protein shake taste. I did have to add some creamer to it for my own personal tastes. If you are a regular consumer of protein shakes or drinks, then you may not mind the lingering taste as much as I did. So while it wasn’t for me for an every day beverage, that doesn’t mean it isn’t for everyone.
Where to Purchase
You can find more information on locating Members and Connectors near you to purchase from through Felice Cafe’s website.
I’m actually pulling the purchase information at this time. See below for my October 2022 update.
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Felice Cafe AM Morning Blend Final Thoughts
While this wasn’t in my personal taste preference, I can see how someone who is camping perhaps may benefit from this product. Someone else who may benefit would be the person who is going on a trip where they need to pack light and will be off the grid for some time. If the benefits hold true, it would be an asset to anyone possibly facing long physically and mentally exhausting days. Decide for yourself and see if you can snag a free sample today!
UPDATE October 2022- It appears that Felice Cafe now goes by Cafe Utopia and has moved states from Michigan to Florida. A rebranding or company sale perhaps. It is now branded as a weight loss coffee but still the other benefits like increased focus. It looks like they still send samples, but you must pay the $4 Shipping and Handling fee, which makes sense, I’m sure the Connectors/Members were shelling out all this money on their own. Is it something I’d consider paying for, for a coffee I didn’t exactly love to begin with?
Also on the Results page section of the Cafe Utopia site, if you do a google image search on the featured users, you’ll see they’re stock photos used on multiple other websites. One thing you’ll find here is that I may use stock photos to show a travel shot I couldn’t physically get, or for our holiday posts. But I give image credit, and I never make any false claims. I feel that is certainly what is going on here.