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What is MUD\WTR?
MUD\WTR™ is a coffee alternative made with organic ingredients celebrated by cultures young and old for their health and performance benefits. With 1/7th the caffeine as a cup of coffee, you get focus, energy and immunity without the jitters, crash and dependency.

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Drink mud, a blend of adaptogenic mushrooms (reishi, chaga, lions mane, and cordyceps) + cacao, chai, turmeric, cinnamon and sea salt. A complete beverage enhancing mind, body, and ritual. It's what coffee always aspired to be.

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Questions about MUD\WTR

Frequently asked questions

No, Mud Wtr does not contain any sugar or sweeteners.

Yes, Mud Wtr is certified vegan. It is also kosher and gluten-free. Additionally, Mud Wtr is Whole30 approved, which is a stricter version of the paleo diet.

According to its website, Mud Wtr's ingredients are all perfectly healthy for general consumption. However, the company does suggest consulting a physician to verify that Mud Wtr is right for you, especially if you are pregnant or nursing.

While this is subjective, many customers report that yes, Mud Wtr does taste good. Mud Wtr, with its combination of cacao, black tea, and spices, is somewhat reminiscent of a hot chocolate or chai drink with some earthy notes due to the mushrooms

Yes, according to its website, Mud Wtr does give you energy. It was created precisely for that reason and to provide consumers a safer, healthier alternative to coffee. Many users report feeling a calmer level of focus that lasts for a longer period of time, and without the jitteriness and anxiety that often comes with excess coffee consumption.

Yes, there is caffeine in Mud Wtr -- approximately 14 mg per serving, which is about ¼ of the caffeine in a cup of black coffee.

Mud Wtr is a powder blend of the following ingredients:

  • Organic adaptogenic mushrooms
  • Chaga mushrooms
  • Lion's mane mushrooms
  • Reishi mushrooms
  • Cordyceps
  • Cacao
  • Masala Chai spice blend
  • Cinnamon
  • Ginger
  • Turmeric
  • Nutmeg
  • Black pepper
  • Cloves
  • Cardamom
  • Black tea powder
  • Himalayan sea salt