Tired of Coffee? Try These Drinks Instead

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Coffee is a universally loved drink and one of the most popular beverages in the world. That being said, we can understand why people sometimes need to take a break from it, from its addicting quality to its surplus of caffeine. Whatever your reason is, here are our best suggestions for coffee alternatives to try in 2021.

Chicory Coffee

If you want to reduce the amount of caffeine you’re taking through coffee, the best alternative for you is chicory herbal coffee. Its taste resembles regular coffee, but it doesn’t contain caffeine and it’s good for your stomach. Chicory comes packed with inulin and feeds the good bacteria in your gut. It’s also known to help regulate blood sugar levels.


Matcha is a relatively popular drink that can replace your regular cup of coffee or tea. Matcha powder is basically a denser version of green tea so it contains some caffeine and more antioxidants, allowing your body to wake up and be ready for the day in no time.

Barley Coffee

For those who don’t like the idea of their espresso machine sitting around after they gave up coffee, barley (or orzo) coffee can be a great substitute. Prepare your morning cup in your regular espresso machine and enjoy the unique taste of roasted, ground barley grains.