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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...
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...
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.
Longevity Coffee Light Roast (Sunrise Blend) is notably darker than other light roast coffees on the market. Typically, light roast coffees are higher in acids and our goal is to produce low-acid coffee. Longevity Coffee roasts are all more of a medium ro...
Our Decaf is water processed and 99.9% caffeine free (This is the European standard for decaf.). Most Decaf Coffees use ethylene chloride and that does not remove all the caffeine. Industry standard in the U.S. is 85% caffeine free.
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 Longevity Coffee(R) beans are 100% Arabica beans.