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The Food for the Immortals® Original Longevity Coffee® beans, available in the silver 12oz and 5lb bags are available in a whole bean option only. They are a single origin bean hailing from the pristine Valley of Longevity in Ecuador, and are available in...
The official pH testing is performed on the roasted coffee beans. To ensure a true baseline and standardized testing procedure, our labs test the pH of the roasted beans dissolved in nano-purified (non-conductive) water (5% coffee beans to 95% water), wh...
There is a 10 minute differential between the two roasts. This is mostly apparent in the flavor of the dark roast, which has a slightly deeper flavor profile typical of an exceedingly high-quality dark roast coffee.
The flavor of Original Longevity Coffee® is very unique. It's light, smooth, and nutty. The Dark Roast has a slightly deeper flavor profile than the Light Roast coffee.
Ochratoxins are a group of mycotoxins produced by some Aspergillus species. There is comprehensive documented research available on the ill effects of Ochratoxins, and negative implications in human consumption. According to the research, it is apparently...
There are many methods of brewing a delicious cup of coffee and no one technique is right. The method you select for brewing your coffee should be based on your unique coffee flavor preference - and it takes experimentation to discover what you deem "perf...
It's important to store Longevity Coffee(R) in an air-tight, glass or ceramic container and keep it in a dark and cool location. It is also important not to refrigerate or freeze coffee as contact with moisture can cause it to deteriorate.
Our ground Longevity Coffee is a drip grind suitable for automatic drip machines and pour over cones.
The phytic acid content in Longevity Coffee(R) is extremely low-to-nonexistent. The coffee beans are picked ripe, receive plenty of sunlight, and are fermented long enough to mitigate the phytic acid.
Coffee beans generally do not have Nutrition Fact Panels because you don't eat the beans, but rather brew them in water: therefore, the finished product is mostly water and does not require a fact panel.
Yes, there are numerous mycotoxins typical to certain agricultural crops, such as coffee. We've tested Longevity Coffee(R) for all of the common types of fungus toxins, and the results are negative.
Longevity Coffee(R) is roasted using an air roasting system. Within this controlled system, hot air is funneled through tunnels containing the coffee, uniformly roasting the beans. The air used to roast the beans is heated with either wood or gas. Neither...
It's difficult to say because we haven't tested other coffees, however, Ochratoxins would be the most likely to be found in other coffee brands.
Longevity Coffee(R) beans contain 1.3% caffeine by weight. This is comparable to other roasted coffee beans on the market.
If available, Longevity Coffee(R) is roasted daily in batches of around 1,000 pounds at a time.
We recommend the consumer's favorite brewing method. This may include hot water brewing, cold water brewing, espresso, etc.
The short answer is serving size varies, because it's really up to your personal taste how you make the coffee. A general rule is 2 Tablespoons of ground coffee per 16 oz cup of coffee. Some people prefer to measure by grams, and do 20 - 28 g per 400 mL...
The Longevity Coffee(R) beans are 100% Arabica beans.
Longevity Coffee(R) beans have a tested pH of 7.2. However, when you brew your coffee, especially with hot water, some acids are extracted, which may lower your pH. There are MANY factors that will affect the pH of brewed coffee. Here are the most common ...
Ochratoxin standard detectability in lab tests has a threshold of 20 PPB (parts per billion). Though Ochratoxin is known to be harmful even in minute amounts, the relatively low ratio of mycotoxin to coffee would not be likely to affect the overall pH or ...