Developed in the late 1960s during communist rule, Inka has been produced in Skawina since 1971, a centre of coffee production since the early 20th century. While it was used in part as a coffee substitute to alleviate coffee shortages in the 1970s, Inka remains popular, in part to the fact that it is caffeine-free. It is imported to the United States as Naturalis Inka in packaging reminiscent of that used in Poland in the 1980s.
Inka is a Polish roasted grain beverage.
Roasted mixture of rye, barley, chicory, and sugar beet.
Cereals make up 72 % of the content.
No artificial ingredients or other additives.