Coffee is one of the greatest gifts that the world has given us.
In case you didn’t know, coffee is basically a miracle drink for humans.
Benefits of drinking coffee:
- Gives you energy
- Improves your cognitive functions
- Increases your metabolism
- Helps prevent diabetes
- Boosts your physical performance
- Jam-packed with anti-oxidants
Coffee is incredible, BUT there is a huge secret in the coffee industry that most people don’t know about.
Most coffee is mass-produced, low-quality, garbage.
Most mass-produced coffee is infected with varying degrees of mycotoxins—toxins that are released when mold grows on edible crops.
In this case, coffee beans.
Mycotoxins are nothing new to the food industry.
Fighting against the effects of moldy food goes back to when our ancestors didn't have freezers and had to salt things to keep them from spoiling.
The problem with mycotoxins and the coffee industry today is that the coffee industry has become so BIG, (over 50% of Americans drink coffee daily) that suppliers can barely keep up with the increase in demand for coffee around the world.
This hyper demand of coffee leads to suppliers cutting corners and consolidating their farms.
More and more all over the world, we are seeing a drop in local, family-owned coffee farms and an increase in giant groups of farms belonging to multinational corporations.
All of this leads to a giant decrease in the quality of coffee that is being harvested and sold on the open market because nobody knows exactly where the coffee comes from anymore.
If one company owns 100 farms in one region, they harvest all the coffee, combine it, then sell it.
This is how bad, moldy coffee beans get mixed in with good, healthy coffee beans. Nobody knows exactly where they are coming from anymore.
Have you ever gotten a cup of coffee from a local coffee shop and just felt awful afterwards?
Maybe you experienced stomach pains, felt groggy, had brain-fog, and ran to the toilet more times than you would care to admit…
Did you ever wonder why this happens sometimes?
You can feel terrible after drinking a cup of coffee sometimes because you probably just drank a low quality, mass-produced, mycotoxin heavy, cup of coffee from who knows where.
So what's the solution?
How can you ensure that you get high-quality coffee with every cup you drink?
You buy organic, small-farm produced coffee. (Bonus points if the farm is family-operated).
It is only by knowing exactly where your coffee is coming from and how it's produced that you can ensure you're getting high-quality coffee with every cup you drink.
We were sick and tired of drinking mass-produced, garbage-coffee everyday, so we decided to make our own coffee the right way.
All of our coffee is organically grown on family operated farms in the best parts of the world for their respective roasts.
We love coffee and we believe that everyone should benefit from the great effects that coffee can provide for us.
You shouldn't have to suffer for wanting to experience coffee the way that it is supposed to be.
And now you don't have to.