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Nestle Caro Instant Natural Beverage

by Nestle

Price: $8.50 ($4.25 / 100 g) + $3.97 shipping
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Nestle Caro Instant Natural Beverage + Pero Instant Beverage, 7 Ounce + Postum Instant Hot Beverage, Original, 8 Ounces
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Caro is a brand of caffeine-free roasted grain beverages. Some consider it a coffee substitute. It is manufactured by Nestlé. Enjoy Caro anytime of the day. With no added sugar, and flavor; it is a great drink. Mildly roasted, purely natural ingredients like barley, barley malt, chicory and rye, lend a unique, taste, especially in hot milk. Just a keystroke away and Caro can be at you front door.

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  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0012PW24Y
  • Item model number: 11807125
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,231 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ChurchOfJesusChrist.Net on January 31, 2013
I don't claim to be a connaisseur of coffee or its alternatives, but I have tried the usual suspects, such as Postum. Caro is the best I've tried. Even if you're not into coffee, I think Caro is good in its own right. I don't know why it's so difficult to find in the USA. It's easily found in Europe. I thought I remembered seeing Caro in American supermarkets in the '90s, but maybe I didn't.

I make a habit of checking for Caro when I shop at Amazon, and it's usually not there, but once in awhile shows up as a blip, always at a ridiculous price even before the shipping, then.. gone.

I'd like to also vent frustration that Amazon hasn't yet found that listing ingredients of a food and supplement items is of any import. Have to do a web search and go off-site to find that. But, a major ingredient I remember in this is chickoree. My memory is it's a fine almost medium brown powder, reminding me of powdered carob, while Postum is (again, to my memory) dark brown and more "flaky". Okay, found 'em: ingredients are "Barley, Malted Barley, Chickory, Rye". I don't know who had the brainstorm to add rye.. Personally, I'd think to add carob, but maybe it wouldn't be as "coffee-like" then (but probably would still be better).

I was introduced to Caro by a European making a mock "espresso" for me, with a strong mix in a small espresso cup--about 50% Caro in the cup, if my eyes judged correctly. It was actually pretty good. Strong, but good (that was the point). This is coming from someone who can't and won't do Postum--even if it's free.

UPDATE: apparently, Caro is sold in America under the name Pero (thanks, Wiki!). My assumption is the name change is because it's a homonym of Karo brand cane syrup.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl the runner, skier and triathlete. on March 12, 2014
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This was great for a gift to my MOM who loves hot beverages but cannot drink caffeinated beverages and was tasty too.
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I have used Caro occasionally for some years. Why oh why have they stopped making the small tin?? It lasts me for ages and I'm not prepared to spend a lot more on a large jar. Nestle please take notice!
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By CHERYL WILLIAMS on August 14, 2014
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It`s a great tasting, cereal beverage ,tastes similarly to Postum! It comes from Germany, and has a twin in the US called Pero!
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