Wonderful and powerful acai berry

Acai smoothie bowl

Acai is a nutrient-rich dark purple berry that grows in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. It is considered one of the most powerful and nutritious superfoods on the planet and has been used for centuries for its amazing health properties.


The taste of raw acai berry is slightly bitter. Like a rich dark chocolate with cherry or wine, but without sourness and sweetness. Acai also tastes very similar to chokeberry. However, due to its concentration, freeze-dried Acai powder has a rather sweet taste. Acai powder tastes mostly sweet as it is very consentrated.


Because the equatorial tropics are one of the most intense ultraviolet zones on our planet, the acai berry produces a large amount of antioxidants to protect itself from the sun. Acai has about 6 times more antioxidants than blueberries and 18 times more than grapes.

These small berries are rich in fiber, iron, vitamins A, B1, B2 and B3, essential fatty acids (Omega-3, Omega-6), as well as Omega-9. Acai is low in sugar and low in glycemic levels. It supports brain function, boosts energy, immunity and supports the cardiovascular system. Acai is also called beauty berry and weight loss berry.



The world-famous “Acai Bowl” is simply a thick acai smoothie served in a bowl. To make an acai bowl, mix frozen acai berry puree or powder with other fruits such as a banana and serve with coconut, granola, strawberries, honey or other toppings.



Option 1 –

½ cup of thick yoghurt (such as coconut yogurt)
2 fresh or frozen bananas
1 tablespoon acai powder
¼ cup of water or coconut water
For topping: raw cocoanibs and berries.

Option 2 –

2 fresh or frozen bananas
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
1 tablespoon acai powder
1/2 cup coconut water or almond milk
Serve in a bowl with your favorite toppings


You can buy freeze-dried Acai powder from our online store HERE.


Different topping choices –

Fresh fruits: strawberries, blueberries, bananas, mangoes
Something sweet: honey, granola
Superfoods and dried fruits: cocoa nibs, goji berries, mulberry berries
Nuts: roasted almonds, Brazil nuts, coconut flakes



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