Teeccino is a coffee-substitute company that sells a healthy, herbal substitute for coffee that helps regulate your energy levels without caffeine. It was founded in the 1990s by Caroline MacDougall, a former Republic of Tea herbalist and ingredient scout. Teeccino’s original blend features ingredients like chicory and inulin, and although cafe owners were originally a hard sell, especially back in the 90s, it soon acquired a following among health food enthusiasts. At twenty, the company is starting to branch out into new product lines like its new Dandelion Draft.
- Teeccino, a brand dreamed of and then actualized by Caroline McDougal, is the leading coffee alternative in the country.
- Launched in the 90s, the brand is now 20 years old and carries many more products that were originally envisioned.
- One such product is Teechia, a gluten-free cereal option made from amaranth, quinoa, and chia.
“As more and more consumers seek alternatives to caffeinated energy boosts, Teeccino’s broad palette of herbal and cereal concoctions, 20 years in, may yet have its brightest years ahead.”