Best Mushroom Coffee In The UK - Top 7

Best Mushroom Coffee In The UK - Top 7

I love mushrooms. I love coffee. 

So it's no surprise I love mushroom coffee!

So much so, I made my own blend featuring three powerful mushroom extracts and four other brain-boosting botanicals. 

It's called Super Nootropic Mushroom Coffee, I'm very proud of it, and lots of other people love it too. 

However, I still like trying other brands.

It’s a rapidly growing niche and there are some unique blends and flavours out there.

With that in mind, here is a run-down of my current favourite mushroom coffee blends that are available in the UK…

1. Super Nootropic Mushroom Coffee from Mushies

Of course, my favourite mushroom coffee is my own blend - Super Nootropic Mushroom Coffee.

Myself and many satisfied customers find it smooth and slightly nutty in taste, while the unique combination of seven powerful nootropics makes it stimulating while avoiding jitters and caffeine crashes.

Along with smooth arabica coffee (mostly instant but with a bit of ground coffee to enhance flavour), you’ll find three medicinal mushroom extracts – lion’s mane, cordyceps and chaga.

On top of that, there’s geletanised red maca (great for energy and libido), L-theanine (anti-anxiety compound found in green tea), resveratrol (potent antioxidant found in chocolate and wine) and bacopa monnieri (powerful nootropic).

All the ingredients are of the highest quality, it’s been third party tested for heavy metals and contaminants, and we have over 50 positive reviews from verified customers.

Pro: Unmatched combination of very high-quality ingredients

Con: You’ll never want to drink another shroom coffee 🙂

100g costs £21.99

Buy here

2. DIRTEA mushroom coffee

This is one of the original and best mushroom coffee brands from the UK. It has a smooth, earthy taste, and is 100% organic.  

It contains three mushrooms (chaga, lion’s Mane and tremella) along with ashwagandha and maca.

Pro: Organic

Con: Expensive

150g for £40

3. Mojo and Flow Mushrooms from London Nootropics

These funky coffees pouches from London Nootropics (who you might remember from Dragon’s Den) were my first introduction to mushroom coffee.

They contain barista-quality instant coffee alongside functional mushrooms and herbal cognition enhancers in stylish sachets.

‘Mojo’ features coffee, cordyceps mushroom extract, siberian ginseng and natural flavouring. ‘Flow’ has coffee, lion’s mane mushroom extract, rhodiola rosea extract and flavouring.

Pro: Tastes really good

Con: Expensive

A box of 12 sachets with 3.5g each (42g total) costs £15

4. Flow State Mushroom Coffee from Upraising

This smooth mushroom coffee from Uprising is a unique blend that helps you find your "flow state".

Made with ground coffee rather than instant, each serving contains 250mg of lion's mane extract, 250mg of Bacopa Monnieri extract, and 100mg of L-Theanine.

These ingredients support clear thinking, sharpened concentration, and improved memory. They are also present in our Super Nootropic Mushroom Coffee.

Pro: Good dose of nootropics

Con: Not the tastiest (in my opinion)

300 grams with 20 servings costs £22

5. Magic Ground Coffee from Vivo

A simple blend consisting of just ground Arabica coffee beans and lion’s mane mushroom, this Magic Ground Coffee from Vivo is great for promoting alertness, focus and brain health.

The coffee beans are grown at high altitude in Ethiopia, before being roasted and ground in small batches in Bristol, UK.

Pro: Third party tested

Con: High caffeine gave me jitters

280g with 20 servings costs £17.99

6. Shroom Coffee from Rheal Superfoods

Lion’s mane, ashwagandha and instant coffee make for a tasty brew that boosts energy, productivity and focus.

Pro: Tastes good

Con: Bit expensive

150g for £35

7. Rainbow Dust from Spacegoods

Rainbow Dust is a powerful all-in-one mushroom & nootropic powder blend. It’s actually made with cacao rather than coffee, but does contain caffeine extracted from coffee.

The formula also has three different kinds of mushrooms and a range of other adaptogens, including ashwagandha and rhodiola rosea root extract.

Pro: Unique hot chocolate taste

Con: Has sweetener (stevia) which I’m not a fan of - I prefect to add small amount of honey

240g costs £39.99

Final thoughts

I’ve been drinking mushroom coffee for many years - way before I developed my own - and I love trying different brands.

There're so many benefits to mushrooms and we're only beginning to scratch the surface of all the different species and their effects. 

It's an exciting time for mushroom coffee lovers like me. 

Have you tried any of these mushroom coffee blends? And do you have any recommendations for what I should try next?

Please let me know by commenting below, emailing me at, or reaching out on social media!

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