I would not add Purely Inspired to my coffee because of the flavor, but I have successfully added coffee to my Purely Inspired morning smoothies.
I definitely wouldn't do it hot. Cold is pretty good though.
I use this in my coffee and I am not hungry until about 2pm in the afternoon. So, for me I would have to say yes.
Taste is of course a personal thing, but here is my best answer. I drink the chocolate every day. I make a shake using the chocolate protein powder, almond milk, coconut milk, banana, plain yogurt, wheat germ, walnuts, instant coffee and ice. You need a really good blender. On the other hand, the vanilla is good with almond milk, strawberries, banana, plain yogurt and ice. You can also add coco powder to the vanilla and make it into chocolate. My wife loves the fruit flavor with plain yogurt. I drink the chocolate and vanilla with just water when I travel, which is often. They taste pretty good. I make the complex shakes because I replace a meal, breakfast, with the shake. Another good tasting brand is Vega One, but they cost twice as much, and still does not taste as good as the chocolate in this brand. I have this helps.
You can add one Tbsp of insta coffee to your shake and will taste delicious! But I haven't tried as a coffee creamer...hope my answer can help you.
The label for Organic does not really say. It seems to be a complete protein, but I specifically use it as a breakfast / pre-workout protein mixed with cold coffee...mixes very well with milk also. I also use NutroBio 100% Whey Protien Isolate as my post workout Protien...now that one is outstanding and mixes very well. Hope that helps.
I have used this product to make a morning protein drink for years now. I use the chocolate fudge flavor with 12 oz of unsweetened almond milk, 2 teas. of instant coffee, additional fiber and about 8 ice cubes and shake in a blender bottle. Love it. The directions call for 8 oz of milk but I use more and believe it helps the gritty texture people have noted.
After tasting a number of protein shakes, this one won out for my tastes. I mix it in a Bullet/Ninja/Blender as opposed to using a shaker cup to overcome any grainy consistency. I also find that using ice/frozen fruit/frozen veggies in the mix, makes it more of a shake consistency and it tastes even better. I have tried Vanilla, Chocolate and the Unsweetened flavors and find that mixing them is possible and offers opportunity for different results. Example - try Vanilla with coffee and ice and enjoy a frappuccino taste or chocolate and 1/2 frozen banana with almond milk for a chocolate covered banana taste.
You can add this to your coffee. . . it mixes well
I like it in hot coffee. I blend it in my blender so I don't know how it will blend just stirring.
I was using other powers as creamer with my coffee to get the protein I needed first thing in the morning, but this powder has to be mixed with cold (best with milk). Mixes in great with milk and then I can add the coffee . This works perfectly as the vanilla creamer to my coffee and gets me protein for breakfast.
Colombian Coffee is the more popular flavor.
Not thick at all. When I put it in coffee it does not add any texture, just flavor and color.
I put the powder and almond milk in a blender and blend for about 45 seconds before adding anything else. I add frozen fruit and it thickens it to the consistency of a shake. I like the idea of adding coffee and I will try doing that with either instance granules or frozen cubes of coffee.
My fav is chocolate and coffee Marley both are sweet and best if it's your first time trying
…I put a tablespoon of instant coffee in my 16oz of water, with a spoon of vanilla powdered coffee creamer, then of course mix in the Raw Meal and it tastes sooo much better!…I've also mixed the Raw Fit and Raw Meal together, WITH the instant coffee and that's great!
I think the chocolate or the coffee are the best flavors. I use half almond milk/water and 1 scoop for best flavor and result.
I always use Almond Milk as the base to my shake instead of water, so I am not sure how big of a difference that makes. That being said, I think the biggest thing for texture is when I make a 20oz shake, I always add two ice cubes to the blender. Sometimes I mix coffee and coffee ice cubes in for a more denser flavor. Peanut butter is a nice mixer as well. Still hands down my favorite vegetarian organic protein mix.