Archive for April, 2016


Who Makes Organic Coffee?

We know that coffee is good for your and organic coffee is better. But, who makes organic coffee? The only organic coffee producers in the USA are in Hawaii. But coffee is produced throughout the tropical regions of the world and virtually every country that grows coffee grows a little healthy organic coffee as well. [...]

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What Is Shade Grown Coffee?

If you are looking for great coffee and coffee farming that helps the environment, look for shade grown coffee. What is shade grown coffee? The quick answer is that shade grown coffee is grown under the forest canopy and not in full sun. Why is that important? Shade grown organic coffee is how coffee was [...]

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How Can Coffee Beans Be Organic?

Coffee is good for your and organic coffee is better. There are many health benefits to drinking coffee so that it has tongue-in-cheek been called a wonder drug. Organic coffee is better because it contains virtually none of the impurities that can be found in regular coffee. But just how can coffee beans be organic? [...]

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How Important Is It to Drink Organic Coffee?

The news is full of reports about the health benefits of coffee. But, how important is it to drink organic coffee? Healthy organic coffee is typically made from high grade Arabica coffee beans. Organic coffee offers all of the health benefits of regular coffee. And, organic coffee has far fewer impurities than can be found [...]

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How Is Coffee Good for You?

A morning cup of coffee is great for waking up and starting the day. But otherwise how is coffee good for you? It turns out that coffee has a lot of health benefits. The benefits of drinking coffee range from living longer to reducing the risks of various diseases. According to The New York Times [...]

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How Was Your Coffee Processed?

After coffee is picked it is processed. How your coffee was processed affects the flavor and aroma of the final brew. Eater.com published a concise description of natural, washed and honey coffee processing. A number of factors result in a bean’s suggested notes of caramel, stone fruit, pine nut, and sesame. Coffee flavor profiles have [...]

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Coffee Reduces the Risk of Colorectal Cancer

There is yet another study showing a health benefit of drinking coffee. According to The Economic Times researchers in Sweden have shown than drinking coffee decreases the risk of colorectal cancer. Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking coffee, including decaf, instant and black, may decrease the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new study which found [...]

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