Inspired by nomads of the North African's Sahara, roasted & milled in San Francisco.

Our all natural premium easy-to-make energizing breakfast drink is rich with natural vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.  


  • Quick and easy to enjoy

    Mix it with water and gulp down

  • Trusted by our ancestors

    Travellers and nomads used this breakfast on their journeys since it was full of nutritional value and easy to carry.

  • The best ingredients

    All our products are made from the highest quality ingredients, and uniquely roasted and milled by us. 

Gastronomic Breakfast Drink


We roast and mill all curated ingredients to offer a unique delicious breakfast, pre-packed and delivered right to your door


Your morning drink redesigned!

Absolutely no artificial or synthetic ingredients, fillers, so called "natural-flavors", or additives of any kind! Only mother nature in our products.

Because we cold stone mill our ingredients, the inherent nutrients and flavor of our grains are preserved, a production “secret” that allows us to seal in the freshness and bring you wholesome, quality foods, just as nature intended.


Why the name nomad?

This kind of food is known throughout the North African Sahara. Its history goes back a long way, and nomads used to roast and grind grains and take them on their journeys since it was both full of nutritional value and easy to carry when crossing the desert. It was then replicated by armies to feed their troops when being on the move.

What is in Nomad?

Each Nomad pack is made of all-natural grains, herbs and spices. Our basic version contains barley, chickpeas, lentils, sorghum, carob, spices and exotic herbs.

What are Nomad nutritional benefits?

Here are some of Nomad health benefits:

High in Vitamins and Minerals

Improves Digestive Health

Helps Manage Blood Sugar Levels

Improves Immunity 

Protects Dental Health & Freshens Breath Naturally

Helps Fight Allergies

Natural anti-inflammatory

Why use grains such as Barley, lentil, Sorghum and Chickpeas?

Barley: Barley is a grain with a number f fantastic medicinal properties. Thanks to its high fiber content, it is great for improving digestion and lowering cholesterol, while its low glycemic index is one of a number of its properties that helps to improve blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes. I tis also versatile and can be served instead of rice, added to casseroles, or used in baking.

Chickpeas: Bone health, beyond their fiber content, chickpeas may also be good for bone health. They are rich in manganese, which helps build bones and is necessary for healthy bone structure, and calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium, which are vital bone-healthy minerals. The fiber in chickpeas has been shown to help reduce levels of "unhealthy" (LDL) cholesterol and help regulate appetite and reduce food cravings.

Lentils: Lentils of all types are extremely high in molybdenum and iron, making them an excellent food for helping to oxygenate the blood and aid the release of cellular energy. The insoluble fiber they contain also helps keep cholesterol at healthy levels. Lentils are also rich in vItamin B, (thiamine), which helps to regulate the nervous system and maintain steady heartbeat.

Sorghum: Sorghum's health benefits include more antioxidants then blueberries, high protein and fiber, and no gluten- which makes it a perfect dietary grain for those with celiac disease.Sorghum has high nutritional value, with high levels of unsaturated fats, protein, fiber, and minerals like phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and iron. It also has more antioxidants than blueberries and pomegranates.

How to drink Nomad?

Simply mix it with water, milk or add it to your morning shake. You can also add the powder to your baking mix.

Why does it smell so good?

Unlike other other powder form shakes that simply mix already made powders or add artifical sweeteners, we roast our grains on sites before milling them on the same day. Done, you now know our secret! 

Why we started Nomad!

Our ancestors had above-average longevity with low rates of cancer and heart disease. This is due to a healthy Berber diet rich in fiber and nutrients. Nomad breakfast is part of this precious culinary heritage.