Trung Nguyen has translated their hugely popular, naturally low-caffeine Passiona coffee into a delicious instant coffee! It's a "4-in-1" coffee, which means it has non-dairy creamer sweetened with low-calorie sweetener and supplemental Collagen, which does not affect the rich, deep taste. The coffee has a slightly different taste profile from regular G7, too, partly because of the naturally low-caffeine coffee beans used. Passiona contains collagen protein, which is believed by many to help support skin softness and regeneration.
Please note: The packaging has changed from the familiar pink box with the heart motif to a new white box, which is in the theme of Trung Nguyen's new white box packaging for its instant coffees. We show the the past pink box to the left just so people can identify the product that they are familiar with.
Sold by the box, each box has 14 servings that make about 6 ounces brewed coffee.
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Although the coffee is delicious!!!!!is it possible that each packet has changed just a smidge by weight? Just a tiny bit less?
- Len's note: We weighed the sachets and they are still 16 grams, same weight as they have always been :-)
Posted by Patsy Dillon on Feb 10th 2021
I make this delicious coffee and add a small amount of coconut oil,sugar free french vanilla creamer and it's like dessert. Try it you'll like it!!!!
Posted by Patsy on Oct 28th 2020
G7 Passiona coffee
This is a very good tasting coffee.
Posted by Wilber Pilgreen on Jul 12th 2018
This coffee tastes amazing! I really wish my local grocery store would carry Passiona! I love that it’s sugarfree but the flavor is smooth.
Posted by Kate on May 13th 2018
Give us back our Passiona ground coffee
The original, all-time best low caffeine full butter roast chocolaty taste!
Posted by Tim on Feb 9th 2017
I have been purchasing Passiona for several years now and panic if I get close to being out!! It tastes amazing, BETTER THAN STARBUCKS TO ME, and my boyfriend even likes it, and he does not even drink coffee, lol!!!
Posted by Hope on Feb 6th 2017
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