What's "mylk," you ask? And what makes it "drty?" While it sounds (and spells) a lot like an early '00s Christina Aguilera song, dyrty mylks are actually the newest menu additions at Jugofresh.
The caffeinated concoctions are coffee, latte and green tea drinks packed with superfoods. They come in five flavors and reportedly offer a way better (and healthier) buzz than your average Starbucks latte.
The mylks include ingredients like medicinal reishi mushrooms, Brain Octane (MCT oil), and green tea matcha. Three of the five are made with cold brew from Bulletproof Coffee, a company known for its organic beans.
The five flavors of mylk are:
La crema of the crop: Made with cashew, coconut meat, coconut palm nectar, alkaline water, coconut water and vanilla extract. It's said to be energizing, hydrating and metabolism boosting.
Pa' arriva con crema: Made with cashew, coconut meat, coconut water, alkaline water, cold brew, coconut palm nectar and vanilla extract. It's said to be energizing and promote mental clarity, while including antioxidants.
Pa' arriba choco: Made with cashew, coconut meat, coconut water, alkaline water, cold brew, coconut palm nectar, cacao and vanilla extract. It's said to be energizing and mood enhancing, plus deliver antioxidants.
Pa' arriba black: Made with cold brew, coconut water and reishi powder. It's said to be immune boosting, energizing and brain boosting.
Green genius: Made with cashew, coconut meat, coconut water, brain octane™ oil, alkaline water, coconut palm nectar, green tea matcha, ginkgo biloba and vanilla extract. it's said to be energizing and promote mental clarity, while including antioxidants.
These drinks don't cause the negative, jittery effects caffeine tends to produce, say the folks at Jugofresh. Reishi, for example, is said to lower the actual caffeine content of a drink while still delivering the energy punch.
"People who like coffee will probably love the latte or the black. But definitely don't sleep on green tea, coffee drinkers," advises Jugofresh owner Matthew Sherman,
The drty mylk menu is now available at all five Jugofresh locations: South Pointe, Sunset Harbour, Wynwood, Whole Foods Downtown Miami, and Santona Corner. They range in price from $8 to $10.50 for the green genius.
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