Coffee Flour™ FAQ's

Is Coffee Flour made from the coffee bean?

No, it is made from coffee fruit, that which surrounds the bean.

Is Coffee Flour gluten-free?

Yes, Coffee Flour is made from the coffee fruit so it is 100% gluten-free.

Is Coffee Flour organic?

At this time we are not certified organic, but we are working on it.

Does Coffee Flour have caffeine?

There's only a small amount of caffeine in our product. It’s about equal to the amount of caffeine in dark chocolate (~12mg / oz)

Is there a decaf version?

Yes, we are working on one.

When will Coffee Flour be available?

CoffeeFlour is an ingredient within other products. We've been fortunate enough to have amazing partners who've created excellent products with our ingredient. Visit our product and store locator to find out more!

What does Coffee Flour work best in as an ingredient?

Coffee Flour is an incredibly versatile ingredient.  It works great in chocolate, breads, cookies, muffins, sauces, pastas and beverages just to name a few.

What is Coffee Flour like to bake/cook with?   

Our ultra-fine grind of coffee flour behaves most like a cocoa powder will. Both grinds increase the fiber levels of whatever dish they’re added to, so one must compensate for this by adding moisture/water. The flavor of coffee flour is uniquely compatible with cocoa powder.

Taste/Nutrition

What does it taste like?

Surprisingly, Coffee Flour doesn’t taste like coffee.  Depending on the varietal it generally expresses more floral, citrus or roasted fruit-type notes. 

What is the carb count?

Coffee Flour has about 7g of carbs per a 10g serving. Coffee Flour also is very high in fiber, so there is 1g of "net carbs" per a 10g serving.

What are the nutritional properties of Coffee Flour?

Coffee Flour is high in fiber and is a good source of potassium. Depending on the serving size, it can also boost a product's iron, protein, and antioxidant count.  Lastly, it is sodium and fat free.

Social/Environment

How does Coffee Flour help the farmers and the communities?

For farmers and families in coffee growing countries, it offers a supplemental income and removes bio waste from water sources.

Can’t the coffee cherry pulp be used as a fertilizer?

Yes it can and often is but only between 10-15% is used as fertilizer.  There are still billions of pounds that get dumped into rivers or left to rot in heaps.