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In this temple to organic plant-based food, tonics are blended with coconut oil for a creamy, frothy shot. A whirl of activated almonds or frozen avocado turn out thick and rich shakes. (Named Blue, Green, or White, the smoothies sound recherché, like Beatles albums.) Shots include doses of adaptogens (rooty, woody); homages to beauty (with aloe); and immunity (with turmeric and cayenne). Others have a scattering of powders, like maca, pine pollen, or tocos for energy or joint health. The most popular milk is the sky-blue, coconut-meat Island Milk with tocos (a rice derivative) and blue majik algae. We love the Cali shake, with activated pumpkin seed milk, frozen avocado, coconut water or the shake with Stumptown cold brew, cocoa, maca, lucuma, tocos, and dates.

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