Power Coffee For Men Excellence

750 Kč
Availability: 100 In stock


A blend of roasted coffee with chaga, reishi, dried leaf of pampelian, willowherb, heather, ground ginger, Siberian ginseng and black maca.

The combination of coffee harvested in the Vietnam Dak Lak region with eight others supplements. Thanks to its reishi content, it contributes to the maintenance of natural immune system‘s natural defenses, helps maintain normal blood sugar levels, stable blood pressure and fresh breath. Dried leaf of pampelian contributes to maintaining normal levels of cholesterol in the blood, cardiovascular system function, body cleansing, normal digestion and liver function, stomach function, acts as an antioxidant and prebiotic, supports carbohydrate metabolism and normal urinary system function.

The coffee is delicious as an addition to ETERNAL SYRUPS.

For corporate clients, the company logo can be placed on the coffee label.

Why the Eternal Flower Coffee Collection is special:

Weight: 80 g


This coffee blend from the floral collection is created by combining freshly roasted coffee with eight other additions. Containing reishi, chaga, creme de menthe, willow, heather, ginger, Siberian ginseng and black maca, this is an exceptional coffee for special moments.

The coffee is roasted using the innovative hot air FLUID BLEND technology. This coffee roasting method imparts an exceptional flavour and aroma, is environmentally friendly and ensures the beans retain the best effects of the coffee itself. The coffee does not come into contact with a metal drum during roasting and the intense air flow roasts the beans evenly from all sides.

Coffee prepared this way and mixed with other ingredients can have a therapeutic effect and other positive effects on the body and mind.

The use of chaga has a long tradition. The first references to it date back to Mesopotamia, ancient Egypt and China. Besides healing, it was also used for shamanic rituals. It mainly helps with digestive tract problems, but it has also been used extensively as a strengthening agent for the lungs and to alleviate skin problems. Within Russian medicine, chaga was prescribed for various types of tumors.

Reishi, or also Glossy Reishi, has been used for its valuable substances not only in Chinese medicine for more than 4,000 years. It contains a large number of vitamins and minerals, but also many polysaccharides, and is therefore traditionally seen as a symbol of physical and mental health, high sexual activity and longevity.

The herbarium also tells us that dandelion can positively influence the function of the liver, lymphatic system, gallbladder, pancreas and skin quality. It also acts as a strong anti-rheumatic and diuretic. It dissolves kidney and urinary stones, lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. It contains significant amounts of inulin, a polysaccharide with prebiotic properties, which is the most important food for intestinal bacteria. As a result, dandelion can contribute to maintaining the balance of the intestinal flora. It is also used against the dreaded cancer. Its regular consumption brings great benefits as it is rich in nutrients with large amounts of vitamins A, B, C and D, calcium, potassium and antioxidant flavonoids. So it's time to stop seeing dandelion as a weed, as it is literally the blooming sun of our health.

Willowherb is recommended for men for prostate and for women to improve menstrual and menopausal comfort. However, it is also a preventative herb and helps to keep the body and urinary system running properly.

Heather contains flavonoids, tannins, essential oils, sponins, mucilage, bitter acids, organic acids, resins, glycosides. Thus, it has a positive effect on mood and improves sleep quality, promotes proper liver function, accelerates wound healing, promotes a healthy prostate, water excretion and cleanses the kidneys, speeds up metabolism and helps against flu and colds.

For thousands of years, ginger rhizome has been used as a medicine, in cooking and for flavouring drinks and food, as well as in the production of cosmetics. Ginger is most commonly used as an ingredient in conventional medicines for digestive problems, acidity and bloating, as the chemicals in ginger primarily act in the stomach and intestines, but also in the brain and nervous system.

The spiny eleutherococcus, or Siberian ginseng, is particularly popular in Eastern medicine and, for example, has been recorded in traditional Chinese folk medicine as far back as two thousand years ago. The most commonly used is the root, which is processed by drying. Siberian ginseng has positive effects on physical and mental health, cognitive and mental performance, normal blood sugar, circulation and blood pressure. It also promotes natural immunity, good mood, helps maintain fresh breath and normal breathing. It is an effective antioxidant.

Maca, or Peruvian cress, was part of the diet of the ancient Andean Indians and even then maintained vitality and physical health. It contains a mix of carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, fiber, vitamins and trace elements. It has a beneficial effect on fertility, stamina and sexuality. It is a source of phytoestrogen and thus contributes to the normal function of the hormonal system. It provides an unsurpassed positive force on physical and mental health.

83.7 % Dak Lak robusta roasted ground coffee
2.5 % chaga
2.5 % reishi
2.5 % dried leaf of pampelian
2.5 % willowherb
2.5 % heather
1.3 % ground ginger
1.25 % Siberian ginseng
1.25 % black maca

French Press or filter, 2 teaspoons (5 g) of the mixture pour 2 dcl hot water (80 °C), leave to infuse for 2 min. 
Chilled drink: one dose of coffee per 0.5 l of cold water with ice.

Nutritional data per 100 g:
Energy 212 kJ / 51 kcal, fat 9.6 g of which saturates 3 g, carbohydrates 46.33 g of which sugars 1.1 g, protein 13 g, fibre 2.7 g, salt 0 g.

Made in the Czech Republic.


The legend of a shepherd: Coffee as we know it today has its roots in the legend of Kaldi, a shepherd who let his flock graze the mountains of Yemen. He noticed that the goats eating the coffee beans were suddenly cheerful and full of energy and decided to try the effects of the coffee plants himself.

Flourishing popularity: Historical sources indicate that the coffee tree comes from Ethiopia, specifically the Kaffa region. During the 15th century, coffee spread from Ethiopia to Arabia, which is still generally considered the birthplace of coffee. Coffee did not reach Europe and the British colonies in North America until the 17th century. Today, coffee is the second best-selling commodity and, with its increasing popularity, there are a number of scientific studies that attribute many beneficial effects on the body and mind to coffee.

Quality is guaranteed:

Agentura Helas, s. r. o., Na Poříčí 1040/10, 110 00 Praha 1, Česká republika

All proceeds from the sale of this product are donated towards the development of the concept of Building a Proud Czech Republic and the activities of the Helas Business Platform.

This coffee is appreciated by everyone who enjoys coffee and likes to try new unique things. In this case, however, it is also about the idea of solidarity with Czech producers and brands, values and excellent workmanship.