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Multi Collagen Powder Mocha, Gourmet Kona Coffee Collagen, Kona Coffee Hawaii, Low Coffee Calories

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The ultimate coffee lover solution. Codeage multi collagen powder provides five collagen types enriched with the delicious taste of Kona coffee beans, one of the most exclusive coffees in the world. Treat yourself to a wonderfully smooth instant coffee while enjoying your collagen drink!

Product Details

  • Multi Collagen instant coffee mocha mix. Boost your morning routine and revitalize your afternoons with our delicious Multi Collagen Coffee Mocha.*
  • 5 types of collagen supplement including types I, II, III, V and X in a Kona coffee blend.*
  • Kona coffee is considered to be one of the best ground coffee and low acid coffee in the world. Simply add one scoop of this extra fancy coffee to 8oz of hot water for a delicious collagen coffee. Try it cold! Mix in a blender with ice for a delicious ice coffee treat!
  • Low coffee calories & high in collagen. One serving of Codeage multi collagen powder and Hawaiian coffee mix provides 10g of collagen, 3.4g of fiber, ONLY 1G of SUGAR, and 58 calories.*
  • Codeage Multi Collagen Mocha is grass fed, natural, non-GMO and third party tested. Made in a GMP Certified Facility in the USA.

The ultimate coffee lover solution. Codeage multi collagen powder provides five collagen types enriched with the delicious taste of Kona coffee beans, one of the most exclusive coffees in the world. Treat yourself to a wonderfully smooth instant coffee while enjoying your collagen drink!

Product Details

  • Multi Collagen instant coffee mocha mix. Boost your morning routine and revitalize your afternoons with our delicious Multi Collagen Coffee Mocha.*
  • 5 types of collagen supplement including types I, II, III, V and X in a Kona coffee blend.*
  • Kona coffee is considered to be one of the best ground coffee and low acid coffee in the world. Simply add one scoop of this extra fancy coffee to 8oz of hot water for a delicious collagen coffee. Try it cold! Mix in a blender with ice for a delicious ice coffee treat!
  • Low coffee calories & high in collagen. One serving of Codeage multi collagen powder and Hawaiian coffee mix provides 10g of collagen, 3.4g of fiber, ONLY 1G of SUGAR, and 58 calories.*
  • Codeage Multi Collagen Mocha is grass fed, natural, non-GMO and third party tested. Made in a GMP Certified Facility in the USA.

Kona Instant Coffee

Sourced in Hawaii, Kona coffee is a gourmet coffee selected for its unique aroma. By carrying antioxidants including caffeine and polyphenols, coffee beans are thought to help fight oxidative stress. Coffee could also support healthy ageing by combatting free radicals.1*

Grass-Fed Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen Peptides

Sourced from grass-fed and pasture-raised beef to ensure top quality, Codeage bovine collagen offers collagen of type 1 and 3. This natural collagen promotes skin elasticity and skin moisture along with hair support and nail health.2*

Organic Chicken Bone Broth

Our organic chicken bone broth from free-range chicken is an important source of collagen type 2. This collagen type has been studied for its role in supporting muscle mass, bones, joint health, and cartilage in the body.3*

Organic Beef Bone Broth

Organic beef bone broth is rich in collagen types 1, 2, and 3, that are present in our skin, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue. A collagen study also showed its potential in supporting skin hydration and weight regulation by inducing satiety.4*

Wild Caught Hydrolyzed Fish Collagen

Sustainably sourced from wild-caught white fish in the pristine waters of the North Atlantic, marine collagen is a bioavailable form of collagen type 1 & 3. Fish collagen promotes hair and skin complexion. It may also support bone loss and joint pain from aging.5*

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Gourmet Kona coffee collagen

5 types of collagen & delicious Hawaiian coffee


Slimming coffee and instant coffee solution*

Less than 1g of sugar per scoop

Codeage Multi Collagen Peptides Powder Mocha flavor is a multi types collagen to boost your morning routine. It offers 5 types of collagen - Type I, II, III, V, X - in a single and high-quality blend with premium gourmet Kona instant coffee from Hawaii.*

One serving of Codeage Multi Collagen Mocha powder provides 10g of collagen, 815mg of 100% instant Kona coffee solution per serving (70mg of caffeine), 3.4g of fiber and LESS THAN 1g of SUGAR! It's a perfect weight loss coffee and can be used as a nutritional mocha latte.*

Kona coffee is cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa on Big Island of Hawaii. The raw coffee beans are considered to be among the most exclusive gourmet coffees in the world. Only coffee from the Kona Districts can use the term "Kona". The mineral-rich and porous volcanic soil combined with the Hawaiian weather patterns create a unique coffee growing condition.

The collagen in this formula comes from five different and high-quality sources. The collagen is hydrolyzed for better absorption.*

Ground coffee beans and natural coffee flavor with no artificial ingredients or chemicals.*

Low acid coffee & gourmet coffee flavor

The best Kona coffee to support your hair, nails, skin, joints, bones all at once*

  • 1-month supply
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Non-GMO, soy-free
  • No artificial ingredients or chemicals
  • Dairy, peanut, & gluten-free
  • Premium quality
  • Made in the USA 
  • Manufactured in a GMP certified facility
  • Adults take 1-2 scoops of Codeage Multi Collagen Peptides Mocha with 8-12 ounces of water or your favorite beverage.
  • Easy to mix in hot liquids. Use shaker cup or blender when mixing with cold liquids.

We all enjoy our coffee in the morning or during the afternoon. What about mixing gourmet coffee and collagen powder to create a perfect coffee collagen?

Gourmet Kona coffee from Hawaii

The first step in this process is to naturally use one of the best instant coffee and ground coffee in the world. Kona coffee beans and Hawaiian coffee is an extra fancy coffee as the beans can be cultivated only at certain times and conditions. The 100 percent Kona coffee ground coffee beans and its 100 Kona coffee plants can retain many of the properties of this volcanic island. This is the reason why people often look for Kona coffee brands and Kona coffee farms to buy their coffee.

Coffee collagen & hydrolyzed collagen powder

In order to elevate the formula, you need to take the best sources of collagen possible. The hydrolyzed collagen used in this low acid coffee comes from 5 premium sources. It helps deliver the health benefits often associated to a collagen drink. Codeage offers a large number of collagen supplements and collagen types. We use that expertise to provide the right collagen for your needs along with a great coffee solution.*

What is mocha?

A coffee mocha (aka caffe mocha), which sometimes is also referred as mochaccino, is a close variant to a coffee latte. One of the key differences is its subtle chocolate taste.

Much like a latte, the basis of a coffee mocha is espresso and milk. The added chocolate taste (and sometimes sweetener) can make it less strong and acidic. People sometimes refer to mocha coffee as a low acid coffee on the ph scale (acid levels) which lets the beverage express more subtly its coffee flavor. This obviously depends on how the coffee is prepared and mixed. Coffee can also have different types of roasts which will affect their flavor profile. A dark roast coffee for example will in general have low acidity and reveal deeper and stronger flavors. They could also trigger less acid reflux.

It’s important to note that many or all the ingredients provided by Codeage Multi Collagen Peptides Mocha can also be received in adequate or extra amounts from food and regular diet. Many factors, but not limited to the diet you follow and/or the state of your health, can impact the benefits of this formula. The support of supplements might also vary depending on each individual, their vitamins intake, nutrients deficiencies when using their supplement(s) and a large number of other external health and wellness factors.

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Multi-Collagen Complex: Pasture-raised hydrolyzed bovine collagen peptides, organic chicken bone broth, organic beef bone broth, hydrolyzed wild caught fish collagen peptides, egg shell membrane collagen; Kona Instant Coffee.

Adults take 1-2 scoops of Codeage Multi Collagen Peptides Mocha with 8-12 ounces of water or your favorite beverage or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner.

CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. DO NOT use this product If you have any allergies or sensitivities to egg, fish or any of the listed ingredients. If gastrointestinal discomfort (including bloating, cramps, diarrhea, or other digestive upset) or other sensitivity is experienced STOP taking the product immediately. Pregnant or nursing mothers and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.

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JW
06/18/2020
Jill W.
United States United States
Delicious!

I loved the taste of this so much!

LD
05/30/2020
Lavvy D.
Awful

I have tried different types of collagen from this company but this was the worse. The flavor was over powering and I was not sure what the benefits were supposed to be. It is the only one I am certain I will never purchase again.

06/03/2020
Codeage

Hi Lavvy, We are very sorry to hear that you are not satisfied with your experience on our product. Codeage Multi Collagen Powder Mocha delivers all the benefits of five collagen types enriched with the delicious taste of natural coffee flavor (but no artificial ingredients or chemicals). Collagen can have a natural smell as it comes from 100% natural ingredients such as chicken, beef, egg shell membrane and fish. That's the reason why a lot of our customers mix it in their coffee, juices, smoothies or even cook with it and feel that it doesn't alter their taste significantly. Still, everybody is different and depending on your sensitivity to smell, you might notice it more or less even though you got the mocha flavor version. This mix of natural ingredients offering 5 types of collagen is formulated to support your hair, skin, nails, joint health, and your gut but as you probably know, everybody is different and can benefit in a different way depending on their body's responses. We deeply regret that your experience did not match your expectations. We always strive to be better and improve the customer experience/our products so any feedback – negative and positive – is always welcome and very appreciated. If we can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. Have a beautiful day and take good care. The Codeage Team.

LO
05/10/2020
Lynn O.
United States United States
Mocha

I absolutely live the mocha collagen. Will definitely order again!

MP
04/29/2020
Maricel P.
United States United States
Best collagen

I’m loving this collagen,just started and I have started seen changes in my skin,going to keep buying more!

LK
04/01/2020
Lisa K.
United States United States
Easy Supplement

Great taste, easy add-in to my coffee or morning shake!

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