Our family has been in the probiotic industry for decades, long before probiotic became a household name. We have hand-selected a robust strain of extremophile probiotic to fortify our organic coffee. This extremophile super-strain resists and thrives in the high temperatures of the brewing process and acidic environment of the digestive system to bring you a living probiotic in every cup. With each sip of WYLDER coffee, life-giving flora set up camp in the gut, and begin working for your health as you wake up to your next adventure.
From strengthening the immune system to skin and digestive health, there are so many praises to sing about the benefits of probiotics that we’ve dedicated an entire section to it. Check it out below.
Make probiotics—like your coffee—a healthy, daily ritual. Simplify your supplement regimen, pack lighter, do more with less.
Great care has gone into every step of the process in bringing you WYLDER coffee. We use organically farmed, high altitude beans and take great pride in purchasing from farms which are positive role models for their community and our earth.
As coffee consumers, we have the power to transform the coffee industry into a sustainable system that honors the land and those that work it. By purchasing these beans, we are stewarding our most valuable and collective resource: the earth itself. We believe that is something worth waking up to.
The Wylder Extremophile Probiotic
Extremophiles are a class of organisms that has naturally evolved to grow and thrive in extreme conditions. Our extremophile probiotic, recognized as safe by the FDA, thrives in the hot environment of brewing coffee and the acidic environment of the digestive tract. They are the most advanced discovery made in probiotics.The name extremophile is derived from the Latin extremus meaning "extreme" and the Greek philiā (φιλία) meaning "love" or extreme love. How fitting.
Our proprietary probiotic has been characterized by an external research laboratory and meets the base requirements of probiotics for food. It has been found superior in its resistance to adverse environments and ability to alleviate clinical symptoms of a variety of health conditions in humans. Our probiotics’ resiliency allows it to maintain viability during manufacturing, preparation and storage until consumption with more than a two-year shelf life.
- Lactose intolerance
- Digestive discomfort (flatulence, indigestion, cramps, heartburn, bloating and stomach pain)
- Gastrointestinal infections
- Acute and chronic gastroenteritis
- Inflammatory disorders of the intestine
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Each of us are different depending on our diet, body chemistry and coffee drinking habits. Ideally about 2 cups of coffee will do for the daily drinker.
Wylder Coffee is not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent any disease.
The Wylder Organic Coffee
We’ve been pleasantly surprised to hear that people don’t feel coffee jitters or an acidic feeling in their bellies like they have with other coffees.
Conventional coffee is known to be one of the most heavily chemically treated crops in the world. It is steeped in synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides. Conventional coffee farmers are exposed to high levels of chemicals during the planting and harvesting, and their surrounding communities are impacted through chemical residues in their air and water.With this in mind, we chose to use organic, high altitude coffee as the only way to ensure that we are stewarding the earth and all of its inhabitants.
Roasting is a delicate process, refined over time as a culinary art.
Through years of experience in the specialty coffee industry, our roasting team has developed an impeccable sense of smell and familiarity with the texture and color of the coffee bean as it roasts. We’ve perfected the WYLDER organic coffee roast process, knowing exactly when to roast and when to cool. Once finished, each batch goes through a group tasting procedure called a cupping, where it is tested by professional tasters before packaging.