Kofila is a popular Czech coffee substitute that emerged in the market in 1965. Originally produced by Orion, the brand was later acquired by Nestlé.

Kofila is composed of soluble coffee, barley flour, and other additives. It is known for its unique taste and aroma.

Kofila has gained significant popularity among consumers seeking an alternative to coffee. Advertising campaigns highlight the unique taste and quality of the product.

In addition to the traditional version, other variants of Kofila are available, such as those with added caramel or chocolate.