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Trader Joe’s just might be the Beyoncé of the food world. Week after week, the wallet-friendly grocer keeps making internet-breaking big reveals: First it was the so-popular-they-had-to-ration-it cauliflower rice, then avocado yogurt, and don’t forget about the perpetually sold-out, gluten-free pizza crust.

The latest TJ’s original? An organic, vegan, mocha latte with nut milk.

The bottled beverage is made with cold-brew coffee and cocoa powder, plus almond and cashew milk.

The bottled beverage is made with cold-brew coffee and cocoa powder, plus almond and cashew milk. It contains no added sugar (instead, it’s sweetened with liquified dates), and includes sprinklings of vanilla, cinnamon, and pink Himalayan salt.

Each latte costs $5 (likely what you’d pay for a fresh pour from your local barista), but packs 5 grams of protein, which you won’t get from your typical morning cup of joe. Adding this to the list of ways to supercharge your coffee, stat!

If you’re curious about cold brew, here’s what all the buzz is about, including how drinking it might help you live longer.